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Hello, with my 2 car garage workshop facelift this week, i built an 8 ft workbench for the backwall. Made a removable masonite top to replace when needed. Made an open space inside the lap joint legs for maybe some rolling cabinets i would like to make in the future. I have a space on the wall for cabinets I’m looking at designing.

-- Tim The Toolman Dayton, Ohio





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#1 posted 1698 days ago

Great job. Looks clean…for now!

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#2 posted 1697 days ago

Very functional looking bench.

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#3 posted 1697 days ago

Great job Tim.
Let’s see how fast it get’s piled up with stuff…
That hunk of wall behind it is perfect for a nice wall cabinet.

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#4 posted 1697 days ago

An eight-foot table is always good and valuable.

And yes, shove stuff under that table and it becomes all that more important.

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#5 posted 1697 days ago

thats great well done

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