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  1. #11
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    Hi Sonora,
    Yes the corbels would be a great idea if I was going to load these racks right up. I could also use m12 bolts and install more posts.
    Great add mate, there are plenty of ways to skin a cat.

    Ji
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    Hi Daniel,
    It is a nice rack.

    Ji
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    I need to light my storage building up and take some pics. Last fall I added 1200 sq ft of heavy shelving, pallet rack strong using mobile home beams, Was like getting huge addition for minimal cost. I do have a couple tire rack pics which was in addition to the shelves.
    Only pic I have is from an earlier one called "shelf" below, I built 11 more like it but heavier.
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    I am going to add a 200 sq ft mezzanine + shelves to my shop yet over the steel rack for misc stuff. I have a dorm house about 200 ft from the shop that I put all the stuff too good to toss but that I dont want in the shop, I use a lot of it but its out of the way for the most part.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonora Iron View Post
    If it ends up being an issue, could always install a series of corbels starting at the ground level.

    or just weld it, I'm just saying
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    Today it was wood work.
    Out came the panel saw and the 12mm thick ply.


    Ji
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    The saw dust flew and the ply was laid down on the new racks.

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    The racking can be made around machinery, like my folder.

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    All three racks are now plyed ready for loading with my stuff.
    Yahoo, looking forward to filling them up tomorrow.

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  10. #20
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    The folder looks cute, I dont have a long list of tools I want but that is one I wouldnt mind having.

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