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A lot of people think of cornhole boards are just a DIY project. Well, we make custom cornhole boards all of the time and we make MONEY doing so.

In this video, I break down my steps to building clean and durable cornhole boards. Efficiency is key and if you take my advice, I promise you can make enough money from cornhole boards to make shop improvements, upgrade your tools, etc.

If you have any questions or feedback, please leave a comment!

Here is the cutlist:
3/4″ Plywood: (2) 24″ x 48″
2×4: (4) 47 7/8″, (4) 20 3/4″, (4) 12″

Other Materials needed:
– Pocket Hole Jig (a total of (16) 1-1/4″ pocket hole screws are needed)
– Drill (3/8″ & 3/4″ drill bits)
– (4) 3/8″ bolts (4″ long)
– (4) 3/8″ washers
– (4) 3/8″ nylon lock nuts
– 6″ hole saw or router jig (if using a router, 1″ flush trim bit)
– Wood glue
– Brad nailer and nails
– Clamps (not necessary, but definitely help)
– Old paint can
– Socket wrench to tighten bolts
– Choice of paint/primer or stain
– Choice of clear coat (water based or oil based)

Here’s a link to a lot of these materials in my Amazon store:

My Website:

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