Instead of cutting off the four posts to make new tenons where one tenon was broken I used a metal piece made from a short length of bicycle tubing, as shown. The tube was slotted two ways to make four parts which were turned out and flattened. The remaining end of the tube was slipped over the broken post and the four parts were fastened with screws to the under side of the chair seat. - Contributed by Chas. H. Roberts, Calumet, Mich.

Repairing A Broken Tenon On A Chair Post 907