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Old 02-22-2011, 01:03 AM   #1
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Make your own upright hardtop storage.

Found this on craigslist. This looks like a more cost effective way to have quality hardtop storage. By the way after you download the plans, adobe opens the file nicely.

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Yep made that last year, it is really sturdy, rolled it all over the shop whenever it was in the way!

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Found this on craigslist. This looks like a more cost effective way to have quality hardtop storage. By the way after you download the plans, adobe opens the file nicely.

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Awesome Dude! Thanks for sharing. Now I got something to do this weekend while it snows!!
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Thanks. Looks like I've got a new project.
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Yep made that last year, it is really sturdy, rolled it all over the shop whenever it was in the way!
Do you have to secure the top to the cart somehow? or is it heavy enough that it's not really necessary?
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Old 02-26-2011, 10:42 AM   #6
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Done

I spent $21 at menards last night and threw it together. Yes, I do have old wool socks as my "Foam". This is very sturdy and you don't need to secure it up top.
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