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    Re: Labelling your drawers and storage

    MX, You'll probably never speak to me again...I prefer duct tape and a large Sharpie.

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    Re: Labelling your drawers and storage

    Nooooooo!

    ...there's no place like home, there's no place like home, there's no place like home.......

    Scott
    If it wasn't for the last minute I wouldn't get anything done

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    Re: Labelling your drawers and storage

    Quote Originally Posted by MXtras
    Nooooooo!

    ...there's no place like home, there's no place like home, there's no place like home.......

    Scott
    But...but....but some of 'em are blue....

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    Re: Labelling your drawers and storage

    MX,
    Scott, would it be better if I spray painted them all blue and started out with new duct tape and a fresh Sharpie?

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    Re: Labelling your drawers and storage

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    MX,
    Scott, would it be better if I spray painted them all blue and started out with new duct tape and a fresh Sharpie?
    That would make me feel much happier inside - yes.

    Thank you.



    Scott
    If it wasn't for the last minute I wouldn't get anything done

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    Re: Labelling your drawers and storage

    Quote Originally Posted by MXtras
    That would make me feel much happier inside - yes.

    Thank you.



    Scott
    Scott,
    I'll get the work scheduled. Could be awhile though. Other work may take priority...working on patina

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    Re: Labelling your drawers and storage

    I finally got some stuff labelled. This is going to take forever!! It's a step in the right direction. I wouldn't have been as descriptive if it were only me, but I've got wife in the mix and I'm teaching my kids what's what. Think of my garage as a classroom!

    I draw the line at outlines on the pegboard though...





    I like the white type on clear label. It looks nice and is easy to see. On my beige 10 drawer cabs I used black on clear. Eventually, these will be painted to match my Craftsman toolboxes (red frame, dark grey drawers).

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    Re: Labelling your drawers and storage

    Cebby, old pal,,,,,,,
    It appears that you are uffering from "WTBWTLTDBPLOSTC"
    ( "Way Too Bored With Too Little To Do But Put Labels on See Through Containers")

    The only cure is to come to NY to help me with the roll cage on the drag car.
    Jeff

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    Re: Labelling your drawers and storage

    Quote Originally Posted by Driven2xs
    Cebby, old pal,,,,,,,
    It appears that you are uffering from "WTBWTLTDBPLOSTC"
    ( "Way Too Bored With Too Little To Do But Put Labels on See Through Containers")

    The only cure is to come to NY to help me with the roll cage on the drag car.
    Yep, I know - seems sort of silly... BUT, I've got drawers of various screws too, so when I send my 7 yr old over to get something he'll (hopefully) comeback with the right thing (assuming I've labelled it right). And it was too late to do noisy stuff.

    Am I bringing my tube bender to NY with me?
    Last edited by Cebby; 04-28-2006 at 10:50 AM.

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    Re: Labelling your drawers and storage

    Saturday, the opening day at the strip. Had to be there for that. Sunday, I was able to get the roof bar in before a more pressing engagemnet came up. The boys called, wanting to go 4 wheeling. And they wanted to hit my favorite spot. The Sippee Hole. Its just over the racks of the wheeler. And I have 27" tires on it. It was a blast, as usual!
    So really, the only "tough" bars left are the front bars that go from the floor to the roof hoop. They have a bend in them, and the connection point is somewhere in the radius of the roof bar. So instead of a straight on 90 degree connection, its more of a scalloped connection. Then the dash bar, is a simple 90-90, as the rear hoop cross bar. The balance is real simple. Its just those darned front legs... But then again, thats what I said about the roof hoop, and I nailed it first try.
    Jeff

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    The difference between a difficult problem and an easy problem, is having the answer!

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