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    Cool Shop Tray

    Here is a shop tray, I built this because I'm tired of always having to run back to my tool box.So now I just load up my tray and away I go.After I started building this another co-worker of mine wanted one so now it's a bit of a game who can add the best accessories but I'm in welding and he is in machanics so I guess we will both end up with pretty good carts.
    It's still work in progress though
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    Cool Shop Tray

    Here's a few more pics of my cart still not done
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    Darmik I really the the one with Dimondplate but they all look unbelieveable! good work.

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    those look great. Like the coffee cup holder. thanks for sharing
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    Cool A Few more pics

    Well I dont think I can add much more to this I am going to try to add a lid holder under the table but it's hard to do this under the radar.However the boss has noticed this hey where did this come from? I dont know
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    you should tell the boss you made it to save time wile working, he might have you make a few more to get every one going a lil faster. i cant see hime having a problem with it, it looks like its a great time saver and bosses like that kind of stuff.
    thanks for the help
    ......or..........
    hope i helped

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    Hey Darmik,
    What kind of truck is that in the backround, could you send a pic?


    Quote Originally Posted by Darmik View Post
    Well I dont think I can add much more to this I am going to try to add a lid holder under the table but it's hard to do this under the radar.However the boss has noticed this hey where did this come from? I dont know

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    Default Truck in back ground

    It''s a GMC 3500 Duramax diesel I have 5 of these to build or customize

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    Nice truck I'm currently looking for a GMC chasie. Since you cutomize bodies what do you suggest for me? I am in the mist of taking over my Father's Ironworking buisness, we do anything from railings to structural steel. I'm looking for a truck body that can hold everything I need for outside work. I'm also looking for some type of compartment for the Oxy and Act tanks. The police in NJ pull work truck over all the time and frenzy with the tickets. Please if you have any suggestions please let me know.

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    Cool Truck Body

    Quote Originally Posted by MetalCrafter View Post
    Nice truck I'm currently looking for a GMC chasie. Since you cutomize bodies what do you suggest for me? I am in the mist of taking over my Father's Ironworking buisness, we do anything from railings to structural steel. I'm looking for a truck body that can hold everything I need for outside work. I'm also looking for some type of compartment for the Oxy and Act tanks. The police in NJ pull work truck over all the time and frenzy with the tickets. Please if you have any suggestions please let me know.

    compartment for the Oxy and Act tanks.the large compartment behind the passinger is for the tanks this body is with out the crane reinforcing in the rear left is about $8800.00 however there are hundreds of different combinations to body's but you can pick up a used one for about half that .there are thousands of way's you can go with this however when you put the tanks in this compartment you MUST have no electrical in this bin plug up the holes as well and you must install a vent at the bottom of the bin read thread My weekend project. Gas bottle rack for my work van .
    Anyway truck bodies generaly start around $3000.00 New.Then I get my hot little hands on it and carve it apart.
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