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Hi, Willy here from Racine wi.
over the last few months the guy that works with me dipped me in the green koolaide. Had to buy the 75 saw, and of course a few rails Wink Then worried about transport, (work out of my truck for the most part) I decided to have Jerry build a dual purpose tote holder, that holds the rails as well. I have the 106 in the middle, and the 40/55 on one side and the 75/32 on the other side. its hinged to come down so I can get at the totes (seldem used things in them, and spare tools) and also top hinged for easy access to the rails. Thought you may like to see this. Its also got a latch on both ends so it doesnt tilt forward when I dont want it to.


 

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very nice.
I need to come up with better ways to transport mine. So far even with just the 55 it has proven troublesome. Glad I haven't purchased the longer one yet. It would not have survived.
 

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I like the way you made the lock hasp do double duty as the hold down in the storage position. I assume you are running through bolts on the hasp through the shelf to prevent pullout should you take a corner real hard.
 
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