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Old 07-04-2010, 09:53 PM
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I built this for our race team..it has a workbench on the backside with provision for a vise or grinder..works well on soft surfaces to move the tool box around..

Sam
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Very nice, you must have made it out of some extra strong tubing to hold the weight of that big tool box......and it has room for a coffee cup.
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very nice!
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Are those stereo speakers In see in the box top?
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It needs an SBC.

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How does it corner?
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Are those stereo speakers In see in the box top?
They are magnetic parts trays: http://www.google.com/products?q=mag...ed=0CDoQrQQwAA
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I built this for our race team..it has a workbench on the backside with provision for a vise or grinder..works well on soft surfaces to move the tool box around..

Sam
Really nice!
You know what that leads to...http://www.flickr.com/photos/adams-musings/284204337/
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