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    Located near Gun Club Road and 6th Ave. Listing these before I toss them in the scrap trailer:

    Storage cabinet, $10:

    Yes, it was built as a file cabinet. Pops put masonite in the bottom of the drawers to make the bottoms flat. Measures 35" wide by 25-1/2 inches deep, stands 43" tall.

    It is old, it is heavy, and the drawers work perfectly.



    Storage cabinet, $10:

    I'm certain it is older than me! I did not measure the drawers, but the overall measurements are 30-1/2" wide by 13" deep, by 36" tall.



    Best way to contact me is by text: 3 zero 3, five four nine, 33 ate four.

    Thanks for looking!
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    The tripod vise - how easy is it to remove the legs for storage and reassembly for when needed for use?
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    FINOCJ previously posted:
    "The tripod vise - how easy is it to remove the legs for storage and reassembly for when needed for use?"

    James, the legs unscrew from the base.

    David has first pass on the "hot work bench."
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    I'd only be interested in the vise at this (I'd love a metal welding table for easy grounding of small parts), but absolutely no room to fit. That is why i was wondering about disassembling the vise. I'd say if David is interested to take the vise with the table, he should do it....if not, I might be interested in the vise....no idea where I would fit it in the garage, but looks useful for fabricating in the driveway when the garage isn't so optimal.
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    FINOCJ previously posted:
    "I'd only be interested in the vise at this (I'd love a metal welding table for easy grounding of small parts), but absolutely no room to fit. That is why i was wondering about disassembling the vise. I'd say if David is interested to take the vise with the table, he should do it....if not, I might be interested in the vise....no idea where I would fit it in the garage, but looks useful for fabricating in the driveway when the garage isn't so optimal."

    James, you have first pass at the tripod with vise. If you don't want it, someone on another board has expressed interest.
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    Hypoid previously posted:
    "James, you have first pass at the tripod with vise. If you don't want it, someone on another board has expressed interest."

    Feel free to move it along to someone else if they are ready to jump on it....If they don't move on in a week or so, I might take it.
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    Some stuff found new homes tonight...
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