The window hinges on the front of the JCB window glass are a little rough.
The edges have a slight slope, and they need to be angled up slightly to make the hinges fit properly.
But I think that the only real problem is the back of the hinge.
I think it should be smooth, and it isn’t.
I want to give the hinge a little bit of time to cure.
I will be drilling a hole through the window frame and screwing the hinge onto the back.
I plan to glue the hinges to the window, and the window glass.
The window will then be covered in some sort of glue, to hold the hinge together.
I’ll be replacing the hinge with a new one, with a more modern one.
The hinges are in the process of curing.
I also plan to add some sort to the hinge itself, to provide a more permanent attachment.
I plan to replace the hinge, and replace the window.
I have no idea how to make that work, so I’ll probably be putting the hinge on the inside of the windowframe first.
I should be able to do this before the hinge has cured.
The hinge will probably need some cleaning.
The new hinge will need to come out of the frame first, and I’ll need to sand the hinge from the inside out.
I have a good idea of how the hinge should look.
It’s not perfect.
I can see the slop that will be on the hinge as it cures, and what should be a smooth finish to the glass.
But it looks nice.
And it’s functional.
Here’s a mockup I made.
It doesn’t have the hinge in place yet, but I’m going to try to make it as close to that as possible.
The frame of the mockup has a bit of roughness, but it looks good.
I can’t get that slop on the frame.
So, I’ll have to do some work to make sure the hinge is actually fixed on the window hinge.
And to do that, I’m using a drill.
I’m using the drill to drill through the backside of the hinges, to get a deeper hole into the hinge that will allow me to drill a hole in the frame that will connect the hinge to the frame and to the hinges.
I’ve attached the drill tip to the handle of the drill, which is mounted on a piece of wood.
This drill works fine, and is a good way to attach a drill to a piece that isn’t a drill and to make things a little more comfortable.
I’m attaching the drill with a piece from the back that looks like the one from above.
The drill bit is the part of the drilling process that’s more interesting to me.
It was easy to drill out of a small hole in a plastic box that I’ve attached to the drill.
I had to cut the piece off a little so that I could attach the drill bit to the wood handle.
I just drilled it through the wood and then threaded the drill hole in with the drill bits.
It drilled out pretty well.
Here are some pictures of the finished piece.
The drill bit itself looks really good, but the drill is really difficult to attach.
I could do it, but if I had a bigger drill bit, I’d probably have to drill into the side of the piece that I wanted to attach it to.
So I’m sticking to the picture above, with the piece attached to my handle.
The picture above shows the finished mockup.
It has some scratches and dings.
I’ve made some new holes to attach the hinges onto the frame, and that should make things much more secure.
But the hinge will still need some work.
The hinge is pretty tight.
The picture above is what I expect it to look like when it is attached to a frame.
I attached the hinge by drilling a little hole in one of the holes that I drilled through the hinge piece.
Then I used the drill and the drill drill bit with the screws I drilled into the hinges from the picture before.
They work well enough, and are fairly easy to attach, so it shouldn’t take too long to attach these hinges to your window.
The screws that I used to attach hinges to my windows are available on Amazon for a good price.
I chose to go with the metal screws, since I’ve already attached hinges to windows a few times, and have had them break.
The metal screws are also cheap, and not too hard to work with.
I attached the hinges with a drill bit.
The hinges are very strong, and hold the frame in place well.
The jcb hinges are stronger, but are not very durable.
But, they’re easy to work on, and do the job of holding the frame securely in place.
If you don’t have access to metal screws that are cheap and easy to cut, the