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PostPosted: Sun Jan 24, 2010 4:10 pm 
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Well I needed to clean up and my shop needed more storage and beter workability and this was the result.

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Well one more shop project to come then on to some more building.

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That looks great James.

Now lets see how long that bench top can remain clear. :D :D :D

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Looks great!


As far as keeping the work tops clear, remember, You can put anything you want on them. Now if the wife or kids puts anything on there that's another story! :D

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Looks GREAT, James!

I know an old telephone man that would love to come over and run your speaker wires for you. Maybe we could get Jeff to help us!

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Larry Norton wrote:
Looks GREAT, James!

I know an old telephone man that would love to come over and run your speaker wires for you. Maybe we could get Jeff to help us!


Woo Hoo, party at James'. :D :D :D

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Came out very neat.Lots of dedicated storage.

The door catch adds a nice touch,nice job.

Larry you always come up with good ideas :wink: :)


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What a great idea James.
Is mine next? :D

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Hey Larry,

Come on over, the wires could use a better running and I'm sure we could get Jeff involved. (Actually I just stuck them and the stero up in the rafters.)

I'll be doing one more shop project. I need a new outfeed/router table combo. I will be starting this weekend.

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Beauty work James!

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Nice work, James!

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