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Does anyone have pictures of homemade garage tools?

I've got to take pictures of my own. I built a parts washer and a table saw. I am in the process of designing a collapsible blast cabinet that will sit on top of my parts washer.

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Are you looking for something in particular or is this one of those what did ya make threads?

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Are you looking for something in particular or is this one of those what did ya make threads?

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Just one of those "what did you make" threads.
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I've got one. I had to make it to hold the water pump pulley for my '97 Chevy truck. The fan is screwed to the pump, and it wouldn't have come off without my tool.

In a while, Chet.
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Here is my hub drilling jig.

Here is my home-made spring compresser. Fits MII springs.
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I've got one. I had to make it to hold the water pump pulley for my '97 Chevy truck. The fan is screwed to the pump, and it wouldn't have come off without my tool.

In a while, Chet.
thats pretty sweet, i watched one of the guys at my work take the fan off with an air hammer, worked pretty well and did just fine when in stalling it.
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