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Between your article and another work vehicle I saw last week, I picked up a couple of very useful ideas to incorporate into my trailer.
Thanks for sharing.
 

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Congrats Sir Bass:thumbsup:

Looks good
 

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That looks eerily familiar! :laughing:
Congrats on the publication.
 

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Between your article and another work vehicle I saw last week, I picked up a couple of very useful ideas to incorporate into my trailer.
Thanks for sharing.
Good deal. What was idea you saw in the other work vehicle?

Congrats Sir Bass:thumbsup:

Looks good
Thanks Gus. All part of staying one step ahead of the hounds.:w00t:

Looks great Bass. You're in all the good magazines these days.
Thanks, I'm even quoted in the November FHB (#206) in the Breaktime column as an expert on framing, which is kinda funny. I've got a full page in the next FHB issue (#207--Kitchen and Bath issue, Great Ideas). More stuff you've probably already seen though.

Cheers,

Bass

That looks eerily familiar! :laughing:
Congrats on the publication.
Thanks Neo, we do sorta write the stuff here in the forums... then I pitch it to the magazines. :thumbsup:
 

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Good deal. What was idea you saw in the other work vehicle?
This was a cabinet delivery truck that had horizontal wood slats on the interior sides. This guy had made a number of MDF box/hangers that hung on the slats. He used them for small parts, screws, etc. They could be lifted off of the rail and moved to the work station.
 
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