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Fuel Tank Tool Cabinet
This might be the handiest tool cabinet we've ever seen.
  Thomas Strasburger built it out of a 500-gal. fuel tank. He cut a rectangular-shaped opening into one side and hinged it to make a door. Then he installed four rotating "Lazy Susan"-type shelves which he made out of rake wheels covered by pieces of particle board. The wheels mount on a shaft that runs down the center of the tank.
  "It's a good place to keep tools and parts that you want to keep clean," says Strasburger, noting that you must be careful to thoroughly clean out any fuel tank before cutting into it.
  Contact: FARM SHOW Followup, Thomas Strasburger, HC 84, Box 133, Gordon, Neb. 69343.

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2001 - Volume #25, Issue #3