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Offline Intex

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Mounting Festool MFT on wall
« on: March 24, 2018, 08:17 PM »
Last year someone called RRMcCabe posted this picture. I copied his idea to mount the Mft and it works great, although I now do not have a handy pl@ce to put the accessories. I am either trying to get a picture of the tool rack/shelf in the picture or another idea. I have limited space on this wall

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Offline Jim_in_PA

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Re: Mounting Festool MFT on wall
« Reply #1 on: March 29, 2018, 10:45 AM »
I did a similar thing awhile ago, but mine is vertically oriented to fit in "the spot" and rather than hang it, It's just standing there folded and a small bungie cord to a screw eye insures that it can't be knocked over.
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