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#1 posted 05-16-2018 10:54 PM

For a down and dirty bench for my garage I put casters on one end only: legs on the wheeled end are cut shorter by the amount necessary to achieve a level surface. On the sides of the end without wheels I mounted steel brackets of the sort that one would use for barring a door with 2×4s. When I need to move the bench I slip lengths of 2×4 into the brackets and then lift and move as one does a wheel barrow. Not a job for the weak, lazy, or old but this bench is as solid as hell and is mobile enough that I can move it into the driveway.

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