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    I'm trying to use the image that was posted as a guide but I cant really see it very well, but based off the instructions, I think this is what it is asking for. If I get bothersome please let me know. Thank you

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    Look at the screen shots in the other thread.

    You have a good start, but the corner pillers are incorrect. The concrete slab is to short on both ends. Do you have the layer of sand 8" deep under the slab?

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    I only found one set of screen shots for plate two and its hard to tell what is going on. I'll post them so we can verify if we are talking about the same ones. But the instructions say the end pillars have a height of only 2'-6" before the concrete begins to angle away at 45degrees with a vertical and horizontal of 2'. While the pillars in between are 4' tall. Maybe I am misunderstanding it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ANC2008 View Post
    the instructions say the end pillars have a height of only 2'-6" before the concrete begins to angle away at 45degrees with a vertical and horizontal of 2'. While the pillars in between are 4' tall.
    You missed, the concrete begins to angle away at 45degrees with a vertical and horizontal of 2' (both sides pf the pillar). The slab extends to the outside edge of the corner pillars.(a little further along in the instruction)

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    Aha..yes okay. I understand what you are saying. You are so helpful

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    Here is a better explaination.
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    Okay. Thank you. I think I am beginning to comprehend all of this. I know there are few tweeks I need to make but for the most part I think I am getting it. Slowly but surely lol.
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    That looks much better, although the pillar keys are reversed, should be going down. Also use the earth hatch. Don't forget the drain pipe.

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    Lol that is the earth hatch. I think I scaled it too big to make it noticeable. I'll scale it back down. Thank you for all your help!!

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