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Old 04-26-2019, 08:08 PM   #3001
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I have my build thread in vehicles area(mistake by me) but here is current progress on the handyman trailer build.

Not done obviously but already loving the time saved with efficiency. cdn.com/20190322/ec9886cd0d09efc9a60e5427e2e97d0f.jpg[/IMG]

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Question not related to the build. (Beautiful build-out, by the way. )

I notice you have multiples of the same tool, like nail guns, or table saws.

Are you running a crew, or do you just use multiples for some reason?
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Old 04-27-2019, 12:30 AM   #3002
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This is my first trailer and I had it for about a 18 month before I actually got it set up like this. If i could do it over again I wouldn't have used OSB for the shelf over the work bench but it was leftover from a job and I wanted to do it on the cheap.
Do I see a Keter table in there????
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Old 04-27-2019, 05:59 AM   #3003
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Question not related to the build. (Beautiful build-out, by the way. )



I notice you have multiples of the same tool, like nail guns, or table saws.



Are you running a crew, or do you just use multiples for some reason?
I have two table saws because I got a killer deal on the Milwaukee and for the price point having 2 table saws is a great convenience when cutting material and doing dados.

All my nailers are different. I have everything from a framing nailer down to a pin nailer.

I have a bunch of Milwaukee impacts because I use them daily. I have different tool kits that I just grab and go. One for electrical, one for low voltage, plumbing, ect. So multipuls of those tools are needed.

Thanks the trailer is coming along.

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