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CustomWebProgrammer

Member Since: 12/2013

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  1. Comment Reply: about 1 year ago
    Ryobi tool holder from 2x4 and oak dowels : CustomWebProgrammer
    This is Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch spray paint+primer, Gloss Key Lime. I got it at Home Depot as a 2X ultra cover can.  
  2. Comment Reply: over 1 year ago
    Ryobi tool holder from 2x4 and oak dowels : CustomWebProgrammer
    Good question - no, the pegboard is just a handy surface that I mount to, and of course, good for related items in my shop.  But the Ryobi tool storage I've made could mount on any wall. It's best to screw it into studs, and with 30" overall length, you should be able to land on 2 studs anywhere you want to put it- not necessarily centered over studs, either.
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    • Wow you definitely put a lot of planning into this storage solution! Thanks for sharing all the details and measurements with RYOBI Nation!
      By RYOBI NATION, on July 30, 2018

    • Is the pegboard used as part of your storage part?
      Thanks 
      By Lionhart09, on August 12, 2018
      • Good question - no, the pegboard is just a handy surface that I mount to, and of course, good for related items in my shop.  But the Ryobi tool storage I've made could mount on any wall. It's best to screw it into studs, and with 30" overall length, you should be able to land on 2 studs anywhere you want to put it- not necessarily centered over studs, either.
        By CustomWebProgrammer, on August 15, 2018

    • the painting, what kind of green is it?
      where did you buy it?
      By Tripulante69, on October 12, 2018
      • This is Rust-Oleum Painter's Touch spray paint+primer, Gloss Key Lime. I got it at Home Depot as a 2X ultra cover can.  
        By CustomWebProgrammer, on October 17, 2018
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    • Amazing work! The design looks perfect for sporting events, and how great that you were able to preserve the original benches by rebuilding them. The rod threading does sound like a tricky step, but you guys nailed it!
      By RYOBI Nation, on September 19, 2016
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