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    Default Ultimate tool chest

    Not motorcycle related, but this is such a piece of craftsmanship that I had to post.



    Cheers,

    Sirhr

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    Wow, I bet my wife would even let me store this in the living room.

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    wow also ,very nicely done

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    I find it most appropriate that it is called the Studley tool chest, after its maker. http://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Henry_O._Studley

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    Sir: What do you mean "not motorcycle related"? There are a few different sized hammers!!
    Dan Margolien
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    There's no Dremel tool or Silicon sealer....
    Bill Gilbert in Oregon

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    Quote Originally Posted by 23JDCA 808 View Post
    There's no Dremel tool or Silicon sealer....
    WD-40? Duct tape????
    Rich

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    I gave my father-in-law a poster like that about 15 years ago, picked it up at a carpenters union meeting and thought he'd get a kick out of it. He was one of those guys, inventor, machinist, wood worker, mechanic. And a tight wad that would never pay someone for something he could build for himself. He is missed. Mike

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