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Old 01-01-2014, 11:39 PM   #1
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Pretty Nice Setup


Came across this surfing youtube. He has some great ideas. Seems like a clean, organized and efficient mobile workshop.

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Old 01-02-2014, 08:33 AM   #2
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Yeah we've seen his stuff before. I love it. Well thought out and fuctional

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man, how does a guy have the free time to build something like that? All I do is work work work
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Am i the only one who thinks this guys a spanner
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Gawddamn that's a slick set up. I think for the time he has invested in that I could prebuild at the shop and install on site 10 jobs for the time that took. But nonetheless sweet set up.
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I've seen it a few times. While it's cool, I really think it's a lot of space utilized for what it is. I've always liked BCC's trailer setup as far as capability per cubic foot goes.
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Am i the only one who thinks this guys a spanner
spanner? As in wrench? as in a tool...yeah I think he is a tool.
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Aside from being large it's a nice set up. Look around online a lot of similar versions have come up along with some nice add ons.

I've sketched a few similar but different versions I will post soon.

Seeing others would be nice.
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http://www.benchworks.be/mftc.html

I think this is pretty clever.
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Whats a spanner?
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Why? Because he listed a video with minimal festool or makita products? Or because the van is a Chevy not a ford?
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Why? Because he listed a video with minimal festool or makita products? Or because the van is a Chevy not a ford?
Nope he just gives me the impression he's a tool.

I would be surprised if he don't have festool kit in there when he's as anal as that. most people that anal own festool.
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You know what though. I would love to see him lift that planner down from that shelf. I lifted mine down of a rack lower than that and it nearly broke my dam back.
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You know what though. I would love to see him lift that planner down from that shelf. I lifted mine down of a rack lower than that and it nearly broke my dam back.
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Nope he just gives me the impression he's a tool.

I would be surprised if he don't have festool kit in there when he's as anal as that. most people that anal own festool.
There was a kapex in there. I was just fn with ya

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