In a small shop, tool stands on casters allow you to reconfigure the space to work comfortably. But even with locking casters, tools may not seem stable when fixed. For a firmer platform, install swivel casters and a straight-line action clamp at each corner of the tool stand. Simply wheel the tool to where it’s needed and push the clamp handles down to lift the wheels off the ground. Attaching a protective furniture foot pad to the bottom of each clamp provides a no-slip, non-marring…

In a small shop, tool stands on casters allow you to reconfigure the space to work comfortably. But even with locking casters, tools may not seem stable when fixed. For a firmer platform, install swivel casters and a straight-line action clamp at each corner of the tool stand. Simply wheel the tool to where it’s needed and push the clamp handles down to lift the wheels off the ground. Attaching a protective furniture foot pad to the bottom of each clamp provides a no-slip, non-marring…

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Jerry's Garage

Jerry's Garage

For a garage or man room - Oil filter Track light / Track head by ZALcreations on Etsy

For a garage or man room - Oil filter Track light / Track head by ZALcreations on Etsy

I like the idea.  But, I'm fairly certain I can come up with a better use for a Snap-On toolbox.  Maybe grab a Horrible Freight toolbox and rebar the stuffings out of it,  Then cover it in retro performance bike, car and Harley stickers.  This looks waaaaay too clean to be in my shop.

I like the idea. But, I'm fairly certain I can come up with a better use for a Snap-On toolbox. Maybe grab a Horrible Freight toolbox and rebar the stuffings out of it, Then cover it in retro performance bike, car and Harley stickers. This looks waaaaay too clean to be in my shop.

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