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Offline crpaulk

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I have been working on a custom tool trailer now for almost two months. I have posted a video series documenting the process from saying good-bye to the Mobile Woodshop through trailer acquisition, design in SketchUp and the build out in the shop. It is not done, but close so more videos will be posted.

Here is a link to the video series on Youtube with is currently at 28 videos.

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB1ATCukiUGRWcPQFFI0CBXaoniyBXRMz

Offline Wooden Skye

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Re: I am currently building a tool trailer, The Awesome Rolling Tool Box.
« Reply #1 on: November 25, 2014, 08:17 PM »
Ron

I have been following your series, the trailer is looking great.  Although I have no use for a similar setup, I think time and effort you put into this project is great. 

Bryan
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Offline neilc

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Re: I am currently building a tool trailer, The Awesome Rolling Tool Box.
« Reply #2 on: November 26, 2014, 01:01 AM »
Wow - great video series!

thanks Ron -

neil

Offline AndyG

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Ron...have been hoping to get this in front of you . All I can say is thanks . You changed my thinking and refueled my passion for what I do. Andy Gullion

Offline crpaulk

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Ron...have been hoping to get this in front of you . All I can say is thanks . You changed my thinking and refueled my passion for what I do. Andy Gullion

Andy, your trailer looks great and I know it will be fun to use, productive, and profitable. Believe me, your clients will notice.

Offline AndyG

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Thanks Ron. One $40 dollar service call turned into a 75,000 dollar addition. Its been a blast. Note each tool bay has a small sub bay for related parts/blades and finally after years I ve managed to store caulk where I can see what I have. I watched your videos over and over and got to work . Thanks again so much. P.s. check out how my saw latches to miter stand.