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walterbunning

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That foot rest is brilliant Walter. Love the organization too.
Thanks. It turned out to be a part of the bench that gets as much use as the top. The brackets had to be mounted upside down to prevent the rail from blocking the bottom shelf. I think the kit was about $100 for the 4’ rail plus brackets.
 

walterbunning

Administrator
The photo above is a bit old. Since that one was taken, I've acquired a few rolling cabinets for my garage. One has all my power tools, one has all my casting gear, and the other (the green one) all my reloading equipment except presses. I put wood tops on all my rolling carts to give me a little more work space. The green one even has an InLine Fabrication mount onboard. My permanent decapping station now lives there. It makes the lid heavy, yet still operational. The plywood is bolted to the lid, and seems very sturdy. Also, note the fold up/down shelf on the right of the station. When I'm using the auto powder dispenser, it sits there, on a separate bench from my main press bench in the middle. No vibration from the press that way.

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AR Precision

Moderator
Staff member
Like the green cart Walter! I have been thinking about the harber freight green one as well! Cant see your brand but its nice! $85.00 last weekend on sale. I really would like the one with more drawers an in green but its $219.00. May get it in time. I go down the rabbit hole spending if you know what i mean.
 

walterbunning

Administrator
Like the green cart Walter! I have been thinking about the harber freight green one as well! Cant see your brand but its nice! $85.00 last weekend on sale. I really would like the one with more drawers an in green but its $219.00. May get it in time. I go down the rabbit hole spending if you know what i mean.
Yep.. that's the Harbor Freight unit. I got it on sale for a buck-fifty nine! And yeah.. this rabbit hole is a deep one.
 
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