Male: We got a bar. We got to have some sitting of course right.
Male: What is that?
Male: This right here is going to be your stool.
Male: That is amazing, it’s awesome I love this.
Male: I tell you what, you guys work on this? I'm going to drill those holes.
Host: The sits for the stools are made of a round piece of wood pre-drilled with both sticking through one end. Outdoor furniture bathing goes on top of that and then a piece of marine vinyl wraps over the top.
Male: About every two inches folded over nice and tight, okay.
Male: Oh, I don't want to bore it.
Male: You almost got my tongue you know.
Male: I know it, I'm sorry, I'm dangerous with this thing.
Male: I think I got to stop helping these guys.
Male: Right here what we have is we have a basic floor flange okay. We got a two-inch pipe right here.
Male: Still here okay.
Male: The underneath side of these, we’ve got bolts coming through or see it on the other side. So, what we have to do is take this floor flange. I'm going to help you, help me kind of guide it in.
Male: That’s perfect.
Male: See how it moves back and forth.
Male: Oh yeah.
Male: We don't want that so what we’re going to do is we got this baby’s on here. These are short type new brackets, I'm going to pump it down a little bit. We have on opposite sides okay.
Male: Okay. That way they kind of balance out. Okay. See, this is not going to titter now.
Male: Come in through, come in through keg stool. How do you think the backyard looks since you haven’t seen it all day?
Male: You know I haven’t been back, wow, man, it’s really super good.
Male: That’s right.
Male: Nice sleeve.
Male: That is awesome. Where to go Jay?
Host: The kegs are installed by running a short length of rebar from the bottom end pf the pipe to keep them from spinning and setting them into two forth holes with dry concrete.
Male: So, glad to get this in the ground.
Male: Once they’re lined up and leveled off, their water down and left to set.
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