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Old 08-06-2012, 11:53 PM
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Okay, so I made this tool holder for my trailer, since I had my little brother and cuzo help so they'd fill important, the measerments are horrable due to my little brother thinking he knows everything. :-/ BUT, it is strong and won't go anywhere. No bolting or welding to the frame. Now, I'm thinking of spray painting it to match. And putting four more straps on just for backups.
I got the idea from a trailer I seen on CL.
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I saw someone do the same thing! It looks nice, and it keeps the clutter out of the way! Nice work, it should make things a lot easier for you.
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Good job....Looks organized.....
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I would not recommend spray painting the pvc it will look like crap before the year is over.
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I agree. Just leave pvc white. Good idea, I havent seen that before. It looks fine the way it is.
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Kinda hard to tell in the picture, How did you attach the pvc ?
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Kinda hard to tell in the picture, How did you attach the pvc ?
The largest plastic straps they had.Put 6 on their, going to put another 4 alittle looser incase it breaks it'll catch it and won't snap the current ones.

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If you wanted it black go to the home store and get abs pipe looks the same just black, paint will not stick unless you sand the pipe down with fine sand paper and primer then paint ..or just soak it in stain takes a while ut it will fade the pipe.. Nice job keeping the floor clean.
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I sanded my pvc just a little then sprayed it with the best paint I could find ($0.99) once every few weeks I touch up my trailer and truck bed
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I think I'm going to give your idea a try and build this onto my trailer , thanks for sharing your idea....
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