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Handy Tool Rack
Wilfred Weber, Clayton, Wis.: Wilfred built a handy tool rack for his shop out of a spoked steel wheel he had lying around.
"It came off an old horse-drawn implement and is about 2 ft. in dia.," he says. "We welded 2 or 3-in. steel pegs at various intervals around the outside of the wheel and mounted it on a shaft that attaches to a ceiling joist in a corner of our shop. It hangs down about 1 1/2 ft. from our 8 ft. ceiling. We hang any tools with hooks from the spokes, while we hang tools such as crescent wrenches from the steel pegs we welded onto it. It really works slick."

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1997 - Volume #21, Issue #5