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The base plates were left with a 4" flat at the peak;
when assembled, of course, that left a 4" square opening,
which mated nicely to a section of 4" square structural tubing.
I also raised the base up a bit, and gave it some "thickness" with
a strip of 3/4" wide 10-ga welded to the perimeter.
This also gave me room to mount feet, which we'll see in a moment
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