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Bolt Rack Made Using Gangs Off Old Disk
Wayne Zimmer, Roblin, Manitoba: "Here's a photo of a bolt rack that I made using gangs off an old disk. I can turn it to any position and find anything I want at a glance. I removed the gangs and welded short lengths of angle iron to the bearing holders on all the gangs. I welded two gangs to a pipe opposite each other. The next two gangs are welded opposite each other but are lower than the two gangs welded to the pipe. The stand that holds the rack upright is the rear wheel of a disker which has weights on it.
  "The entire rack revolves, which means I can move all four gangs at once, or move each gang one at a time."

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2000 - Volume #24, Issue #4