1. Chair Base
2. Chair back (Michigan or traditional)
3. Left leg/arm
4. Right leg/arm
5. Front Support
Required tools (not included):
• Philips screwdriver
• 1/2″ socket or wrench
• (12) Washers
• (12) Lag Screws
• (22) 1 1/4″ Screws
We recommend using a screwdriver to assemble these Adirondack chairs.
If you choose to use a drill, DO NOT OVERTIGHTEN.
Use a screwdriver to hand tighten so you do not drill through!
Step 1 – Back and Base
Stand base on its side.
Line up the two (2) dowels on the chair back with the holes on the chair base.
Insert the dowels into the holes lining up the back and base.
Step 2 – Back and Base
Insert one (1) washer/lag screw into each of the two holes underneath the chair and tighten.
Now the back and base are secured to each other.
Step 3 – Back and Base
Insert six (6) screws into each of the six (6) pilot holes.
Step 4 – Leg and Arm
With the chair still on its side, line up and insert the dowels on the leg with the center on the chair.
Align the back of the arm with the holes on the back support piece. Keeping your hand on the arm, insert one (1) washer/lag screw and two (2) screws into the pilot holes and tighten.
Step 5 – Leg and Arm
Insert four (4) washers/lag screws into the front leg and tighten them.
Insert four (4) screws into the pilot holes and tighten.
Step 6 – Leg and Arm
Repeat Steps 3, 4, and 5 for the other side of the chair.
Step 7 – Front Support
Turn chair over.
Fit the support board into the slot and insert two (2) screws on each side and tighten.
Step 8 – Completion
Make sure all lag screws and screws are tight.
Chair assembly is now complete.
Set chair upright and relax!