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  • Drain pan

    For those of you that dont look at Hobart. We are not a quick lube so I came to the conclusion that the jug on the bottom would be more work than it was worth so I just made a stand to sit the pan on which is adjustable for height. An old chair was the base and fence posts made the verts.
    Once I came up with the plan took about 30 minutes and I re-tuned it for height again, put a hanger made from a welding rod and hose clamp to hang the wrench which has a nasty habit of disappearing every time I need it. There is a set screw and the pole is telescopic.
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  • #2
    A little tool cart to reside by the hoist that I whipped up along with the drain pan.
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    • #3
      Nice! I'm usually trying to find a pan thin enough to slide under the car!


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