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  • Chain and Binder Rack

    Built a chain and binder storage rack tonight. Any opinions?
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  • #2
    she's a beut' clark, only thing I'd add is a trough at the bottom for the chains to pile in. My clumsy self would always manages to step on them and they are about like roller skates on cement, lol.

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    • #3
      Chain and Binder Rack

      Nice job on that rack!
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      • #4
        Chain and Binder Rack

        The trough is a good idea but use smaller expanded metal for the bottom so shop dust n grim can fall out and be swept up

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        • #5
          Looks good ! you will not believe this but some guy from Milton Pa posted this same exact thing on another site. Dog gone thief ! I know, that was you too. Looks good there too !

          http://www.garagejournal.com/forum/s...d.php?t=164724

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          • #6
            Originally posted by killroy View Post
            she's a beut' clark, only thing I'd add is a trough at the bottom for the chains to pile in. My clumsy self would always manages to step on them and they are about like roller skates on cement, lol.
            He set "us" up with the first pic...look at #3 and you will see that the extra length is hung with a hook.
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            • #7
              sneaky, sneaky, and there i thought i was having a good idea, lol. the s hooks are nice, easy to use, easy to clean.

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              • #8
                Identical to mine but your binders and chain falls look better
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                • #9
                  WOW! So simple yet so good. I'm a gonna build me one of those. I got stuff hanging
                  everywhere. Thanks for the idea.

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