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    skill saw get new home

    I don't use a skill saw to much, but needed a place to store it and also make it easy to move from place to place. Some where along the way I have lost the original box. So with the help of my new Ibox I ended up with a nice sturdy case.
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    Was glad I bought that silicone glue brush for all those box joints.
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    Very nice, Ron.
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    WOW!!!! I'd buy a new saw just for the box if it came in that!!!!!! Great job on that project!!!!!!!
    Jon

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    That makes me feel like wanting to put each tool on a box, and when they are all in, get more tools to make more boxes to put them in.

    Great job and great box!
    Best regards,
    Toni

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    Great looking box.

    Toni, just think of the extra carving space you'll have with all those boxes.
    Darren

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    What? A box? You mean they aren't supposed to be piled in a corner? It is a right nice looking box, true enough.
    Billy B.

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    You should have left the saw out on the floor. Your shop is just too darned neat and that box is just going to add to the neatness.

    I know that you are not related to Glenn Bradley; I do notice similarities however.

    Enjoy your nice box,

    JimB
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