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    A little storage solution.

    A little solution to some of our storage woes.

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    So that's a 'drop' box eh? Cool stuff
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    Oh wow, you got a zombie proof bunker
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    This one is pure storage. The bunker I'll have to bury...
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    its a great idea for storage.
    Its even a great idea to put a shop in one of those trailers.
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    No basements out here, so storage is a precious commodity. Seems silly to pay for a storage unit in town, when we could just have one of these dropped off.

    I have to admit, it seems like it would make a decent shop, if you could deal with the 8' width.

    As a trailerable shop, you'd need a really decent tow rig. Tare weight is around 10k#
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    When we lived in Ontario (California, that is) we had one of those in the side yard. It is absolutely unbelievable how quickly you can fill one of those!!!

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    A little storage solution.

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    Oh man, the snakes are gonna love living under that!

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