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  1. #1
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    Default Pony pipe clamp storage

    hi, could never decide on how I wanted to store the 3/4" pony pipe clamps. Used a recycled piece of 4" pipe with flange, weld plate to inside flange bottom, Dropped 3/4" threaded rod into flange holes and weld, cut 1/4"x2" flat stock 3/4" wide and welded to 1" pipe coupling and then weld to 4" pipe. With inside plate on bottom I store my bar clamps inside the 4" pipe.I should have done this years ago. Takes up very little space and you can spot the length of each clamp.
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    Cool

    That looks like it will work good...Bob
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    Cool idea. Keeps them handy but not in the way. Nice.
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    Very nice idea and sure beats leaning the clamps against a wall.
    Terry
    Portland, OR

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    Thanks, you can use the same idea use for storing shovels,rakes,brooms, anything with handle and it fits in corner of garage or shed.

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    Great idea,looks good.

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