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Old 01-08-2009, 06:53 AM   #1
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<DIV id=post_message_47706>I got tired of my extension cords and hoses lying in the front storage area and getting tangled up. I got some 1/2" black iron pipe and made a rod to hang all my extension cords, hoses, cable wire and rope lights on. Items required were 2 - 1/2" pipe flanges, 2 - 6" black pipe nipples, 2 - 90 elbows and 3' section of black pipe. I assembled all pieces and used self drilling and self tapping screws and attached 2x4's to the metal frame in the top of the storage area then attached the flanges to the 2x4's. I use bungie cords to hang cords and hoses and such and still have room on the floor of the storage area for things. See link.



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Old 01-08-2009, 06:58 AM   #2
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nicely done!

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Certainly makes things neater.
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