Work cart.

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Work cart.

Post by RewT » 10 Apr 2017, 07:19

This is my favorite portable work cart I have ever owned. I have had better quality truck bought boxes and still have my Matco 4 drawer rat fink cart, but I just love my little harbor freight 1 drawer my wife bought me over 12 years ago.

Here is a list of mods and add on's I have done. Added a power strip and retractable power cable, A angle iron multiple grinder holder, side lockable screwdriver and pry bar holder, and a folding side shelf. I also recently upgraded the small plastic casters with larger metal and rubber HD casters. I did have to modify the legs for the new casters, but the cart rolls really smooth and quitter now with the new casters.
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old worn down plastic casters
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upgraded metal and rubber casters.
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Folded up and ready for work.
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Screwdriver and pry bar box
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Grinder holder and the power strip with the cord.
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Shelf down.
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Side shelf up.
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Re: Work cart.

Post by RewT » 16 May 2017, 19:02

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