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    Clamp rack revisted.

    I have had the clamp rack for a while and had made a rack to hold my wooden parallel clamps which I had mounted to the wall. Today I replaced the casters on the rack with the orange ones from Woodcraft and figured out how to marry the 2 racks together and hold the extra wooden clamps I had just bought. I know I should not say this but I think I have enough clamps , or maybe a couple more 12" J####s.
    A total of 140 of which only 8 are not on the rack. The pictures afre one from each side and a close up of the mount for the wooden clamps. I am pretty pleased with how it turned out and my use of space.
    Bruce, thanks again for the rack that started this all !




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    Re: Clamp rack revisted.

    Even though they say you can never have too many clamps, I think you have come closer than anyone I know of.
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    Re: Clamp rack revisted.

    Nice job on the clamp rack, Tom! Ummm, I can see where you may be able to squeeze a couple more on there. Go ahead a buy a few more!
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    Re: Clamp rack revisted.

    WOW Tom!

    Nice setup and organization. I am pretty sure that you can handle a clamp-up of a project of any magnitude.

    (Not sure I would want to bump into that rack at night with no lights. You may not find me for a week. What a way to go......burried in WW clamps.)

    That is quite an investment too!!!!!

    Well done.

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    Tom,

    Wow!!! Very nice job... and I'm glad to have had a small part in the inventory build up.

    Bob

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    Re: Clamp rack revisted.

    nice rack! I had a rack similar to that one once but I needed the floor space more. having to many clamps is breakin da rules tommy boy. we'll have none o dat round here!
    fred p If it ain't broke you aint trying hard enough

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