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  • Very nice. I do allot of work with reclaimed lumber
    By qcman5, on February 19, 2015

  • Any advise for a first time builder?
    By Texastoolman84, on March 16, 2015
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  • How did you construct the top? What did you use? How did you finish it?
    By user_junot_239364, on February 19, 2015
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  • A 3 inch drywall screw into 3/4 osb is a lot easier, cheaper and easily changed. Lots more space too.
    By Alpinealltrades, on February 25, 2015

  • Im not sure why you would want to do osb and a 3" screw... I guess i should have added i actually liked the aesthetics of the fasttrack system which is why i made my own version. I did not like the hefty price tag and poor design of the hooks. :)
    By lissa2323, on February 26, 2015

  • How about something like that for the chargers & batteries too?
    By MarshallSiemons, on March 1, 2015

  • I was actually planning on adding my charger to the next one i do but im waiting till i buy some more tools so i can space them out correctly... Batteries is an excellent idea, i didnt think of that since i only have 2 :) :) they are usually in my tools but will definitely add that as I purchase more :)
    By lissa2323, on March 1, 2015

  • i gotta do this and i work at a sawmill so I can get nice 1x4x8 if i can find or get ahold of one. i love the idea
    By MikeMoretz, on March 10, 2015

  • all my tools got burnt up. my shop caught fire. I'm looking for ideas to organize my shop once it's rebuilt and I buy new replacement tools. I feel lost without my tools and shop. thanks for the great idea.
    By vdaley, on March 10, 2015

  • Thanks so much... I appreciate the positive feedback on it :)
    By lissa2323, on March 11, 2015
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  • Congratulations! The best projects are those done with a Dad or a son, daughter, or grandchild. The chest looks great! It is something that can be passed on generation to generation and will surely be proudly admired by those generations to come. TIP: Be sure to engrave the names of the builders and the date it was built somewhere in an inconspicuous place that will be found later on. It will be a nice surprise for someone who finds it 60 yrs. from now, but will also authenticate its story. GOOD JOB!
    By user_wynn_239381, on February 19, 2015

  • Beautiful work!
    By ellenc, on March 21, 2015
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