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    Another Rafter Trick

    The Quickie Wood Racks make use of rafters. Here's another trick. I use roller stands a lot but, not every day. So, they stay out of the way overhead. Just hang 'em by their feet and swing 'em up outta the way.
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    Neat trick indeed.
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    Another Rafter Trick

    Tanks Glenn. The quickey wood racks, and now this. I like them.

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    As published in Woodsmith
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    Congrats Glenn. How come they didn't mention your name?
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    Good execution, Glenn!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohammad Madha View Post
    Congrats Glenn. How come they didn't mention your name?
    They did, I seen it. Something about the son of the great Jim Bradley.
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    Oh Steve! You are wonderful. Now I have something to lord over my son. Yiippeeee!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mohammad Madha View Post
    Congrats Glenn. How come they didn't mention your name?
    Yeah, what's up with that? They did send me a nice letter and $100 though. I sent in two tips and got two bites. Not bad for taking a few pics and doing a write up. I just know there's some guy out there having the reaction I usually have; "that won top tip!?!" . This is just the online tips version and didn't win anything, they just pay a token to own the rights to it.
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