All Pressure treated wood.
4x4s for the legs and that small block in the lower front
legs are 28 1/2 inches long
top is 37 inches wide in front, 24 in back...
top planks are 2x6 decking I took off a friend's deck I tore up.
other dimensions are unknown at this time 'cause I just winged it ...
I have to make two more so I have to check the dims on this one ...but in reality...it isn't SUPER critical...just keep things square and plumb...and it'll be fine.
I used 3 inch galvanized Deck screws to put the top on as well as the 2x4 "T" brace at the bottom.... also used 6" (over-kill perhaps) lag bolts on legs...with three deck screws 'surrounding' the lag bolts for added comfort.
I used empty 22lr cases to space the top planks... so figuring dimesions from my pictures should not be super tough.
Sooooo...to make a long story shorter, there were no plans except for in the minds' eye....
I must give credit to a couple of hints to a friend from the Club that came over to help. THANK YOU ED!
( he also did the pre-drilling with his 'speed-bore' bit for the lag bolts and some of his tools were used...like the drill and wrench)
In any event, when I 'reverse engineer' this bench for the plans to the others, I'll put it into Visio and save as a BMP file so I can post it for you! hows that??