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Post  rsv1cox Wed May 17, 2023 8:17 am

I posted pictures of this rather cheap all-purpose Walmart tool a couple of months ago down in my basement workshop.  Liked it so much I bought another for the garage.  Bragged about velcro attachments making it easy to remove and transport each accessory.  

Perhaps a bit too optimistic as the velco didn't adhere to the plastic backs of the accessories and they kept falling off.  Fix was to make shelves with open ends allowing the accessories to be easily removed without the sticky Velcro.  

Works much better but I'm still tempting fate as the shelves are glued on with Goralla carpenters glue.  Bottom one going back in the basement.  Garage Velcro seems to be holding better, but occasionally I find an accessory has slipped down onto the workbench.

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Did and done.  Snuck in pictures of my B-25 that I do not know what to do with.  But I did get the Master Airscrew (Windsor) props for it. And the Ryan.  The .020 will have to come out .  The bellcrank will not rotate the sleeve.  I will have to find a way to remove it.  

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Post  Levent Suberk Wed May 17, 2023 10:45 am

I appreciate your neatness and tidiness.
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