If you are assembling the ladder on your own, you will likely need to use some wood glue to attach the rungs prior to drilling in the screws.  In our case, I aligned and held the rungs while Dave did the drilling so we found that wood glue was not needed.  Take extra care with the placement of the first rung, as that will determine the alignment of all of the other rungs to follow.  Align the long edge of the rung parallel to the side of the ladder {see photo above} and place in the middle of the 1×3.  Once you have this first rung in place, all you need to do is slip in your spacer and make sure that it is level when placing your next rung.  Completely screw in the rungs on one side of the ladder before doing the other side.

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If your garage does double duty as parking space and work space, a rolling workbench is essential. It lets you convert your garage into a workshop quickly and rolls up against the wall to restore parking space. The version shown here began as a standard rolling bench made from 2x4s and plywood. Then we added a slick feature: heavy-duty shelf brackets that make it the Swiss army knife of workbenches.

Mark end of front leg with protractor at 15 degrees off square. Cut end of leg along mark with saw. Measure 55-3/8 to opposite end of leg. Mark top of leg with protractor making line parallel to bottom of leg. Cut.