Published at Saturday, 25 August 2018. Reclining Sofa. By Gabrielle Rivers.
The structure of the chair itself is getting pretty wobbly, so we'll get in there and see if we can strengthen up a bit to get some more mileage out of it. So, looking over things here, the angle brackets that I put in place the last time around have kept that part of the framework very sturdy, but looking in here see that there is a nut missing, there's a through bolt and supposed to be a nut on there.
It's gone still got a nut on this site, not gonna get in there to see it, but it's not very tight. So the first order of business is to put a new nut on there. So I don't have any nylock nuts, it's 1/4 inch by 20 standard sizes. I don't have any nylock nuts or lock washers, so I'm just going to put a little dab of blue Loctite down there. So that's the nut doesn't back off once we put it on feeling sturdy are all ready, so I'll tighten up the other side as well, I'm good and tight.
So if you're struggling with that thing with the back on thinking about seeing whether you can remove it alright, here we go that okay, so back out of the way. So looking at the chair mechanism, and particularly the replacement bushing, that I fabricated from the PVC pipe fitting four and a half years later, it's still going strong. Some commenters on my original video felt that PVC was not a good wearing material to use for that bushing. But it's still going strong, still working well, there's you know no play or slop in it. It works smoothly and, as I said, the mechanism itself works very well.
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