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62 I I I I I I I I I BENCHES I t I I I I I I I I I t I I Fastening thelowerbackrail totherearlegs I I I I I Prepare the lowerbackrailandtheninstall t h e b a c ks l a t si n t h e r a i l ,p r o c e e d i nags you wouldfor a porchswing(page106). Spread s o m eg l u eo n t h e c o n t a c t i nsgu r facesof the lowerrailandrearlegs,fit the a s s e m b l i etso g e t h e (r a b o v da n d d r i v e t w o s c r e w si n t oe a c he n do f t h e r a i l . t I I I I I I I I I I Attaching theupper backrail Positioning theupper railovertheslats, startat oneendto pushtheraildown, snappingtheslatsintothegroove asyougo.