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Yet another tool tray #648063
02/07/20 01:08 PM
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This might have been more appropriate in the “What have you bodged up today post”!

Had a lucky find whilst poking around in my son’s skip the other day. Some off cuts of 12mm ply which I swiftly liberated. Wood is not my favourite material but now after a few hours hacking and bashing on the garage floor I have a new tool tray, of sorts…. smile
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A couple of coats of decking oil, a bit of old rubber matting and some ali strips to fix it to the car.
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And it fits!
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Now I can transport a decent length handle for my home brew winged spinner spanner.
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Roger
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Re: Yet another tool tray [Re: Rog] #648081
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A great job for someone who doesn't like wood.


JohnV6
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Re: Yet another tool tray [Re: Rog] #648096
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Very impressive handiwork!


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Re: Yet another tool tray [Re: Rog] #648103
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I wish I didn’t like wood to that skill level. I would be chuffed if I could make that.

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Re: Yet another tool tray [Re: Rog] #648104
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Nice work Rog!

And every tool tray is different.


DaveW
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Re: Yet another tool tray [Re: Rog] #648114
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Hope you don't mind if I copy it smile

Re: Yet another tool tray [Re: Rog] #648123
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Roger, excellent stuff, I especially like the bespoke jack handle space as when left loose they always manage to migrate to a place that rattles annoyingly


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Re: Yet another tool tray [Re: Rog] #648147
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- nice job Rog. thumbs

as a bonus,'home brew winged spinner spanner' has to be my new favourite phrase...... innocent

James


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Re: Yet another tool tray [Re: James B W] #648148
02/07/20 05:42 PM
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Originally Posted by James B W
- nice job Rog. thumbs

as a bonus,'home brew winged spinner spanner' has to be my new favourite phrase...... innocent

James




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Re: Yet another tool tray [Re: Rog] #648156
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Really nice job.


Mark
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