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post #2181 of 2188 Old 07-25-2020, 12:19 AM
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Paul - nice video.
Goes to prove that if you want to do something bad enough, you can make it work.
Thanks. Making stubborness work!
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Someday when all our kids kids grandkids are all grown up and retired I'll show you my shop.. oh wait..I'll be long gone by then. How about when I finish transforming the monumental waste of space into real space? I've finally got a plan in place. Now it's a matter of clearing some space for getting to work. I have absolutely decided against peg board.I have utterly zero peg board skills and no desire to have them despite being surrounded by the crap.. After my wall is transformed one of my goals is to rip out all the peg board, donate it to the pegboard needy and put up real walls and maybe even some insulation.
just a taste of why I hate pegboard..
It just feels hither hather and has absolutely zero appeal to me. I'd rather just throw things on the floor and root around the sawdust for them! Lol

I figured it's time to change my signature so hold your breath. This is it.
Impressive, huh?
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For some reason I thought that was a picture of MY shop. It must be - the PEGBOARD!
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Over a period of time, peg board can get expensive. It's cheaper for me to hire someone to get me my tools than to buy all those hooks.

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Busy week - intermittently working on wife's Hoosier restore and sorting hardware into the new rack. All but 2 of the trays are full, all the grey drawers are full. Everything from 0-80 to 3/4". Disappointed no room for the wood screw collection.
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Sometimes the kitchen becomes an extension of the shop. But. rather sit here in the air conditioned house while sorting all those parts to fill all those little compartments in those cabinets.
Yes, a lot of the parts came in original boxes and bags, but have a lot of the "collections" of the type shown. Someday it will all be over. Perhaps.
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No!!

That’s like asking me to show you my underwear drawer!! :-D

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Don't worry, no one will ask you

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