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TK

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Was runnin outta space and my old rack setup was inefficient so we built a new one. I thought it would be plenty. It's almost full already in under a week.


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Thats a good thing ya know.....:bananaflash2::bananaflash2:
 

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Thats a good thing ya know.....:bananaflash2::bananaflash2:

Good that it's full, yes. Need more space where there just isn't any? Not so much :( There are actually worse problems to have........ :bananapirate:
 

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Lets try this again



The shelves are 24" deep so I can stuff saws in all in the same direction.
Need more trimmer storage also. Just plain need more space LOL
 

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Lets try this again



The shelves are 24" deep so I can stuff saws in all in the same direction.
Need more trimmer storage also. Just plain need more space LOL

I'm dreading when trimmers start coming in, there's no place for them
other than in a pile in the corner.
 

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Just 2 of the 10-12 shelves in the barn. I put these 2 up in the back corner. The other 2 are down the both sides right down from work benches.

Notice how deep they are with bar still on some saws. :banana::bananapirate::banana:

 

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Ya we built this unit so I had depth to store saws with the bars on. Turning them sideways and using portable shelving was definitely not working for me. This is far better.
 

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Don't mean to hijack this thread.

I know you guys are really discussing saw storage in a shop type sense, but here is a way to store/display saws that is handy to look or get a saw, and would work good for the real showpiece saws. Takes nothing but a 2x12(2x10works too), and a couple of angle iron pieces. It's solid, and if removed leaves two holes in the ceiling which can easily be plugged. I've played with this idea for a few years in different places and it works well. Just throwing it out there.




Figured this winter I'll get some posters and stuff hung up on the wall. Bit too white now.


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