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    Contributing Member MXtras's Avatar
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    Calm down, Wyoming. There's no need to get yer feathers in a knot.....

    Run down and get those blue Sharpies - you will feel a lot better once you do!



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

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    Quote Originally Posted by MXtras
    Calm down, Wyoming. There's no need to get yer feathers in a knot.....

    Run down and get those blue Sharpies - you will feel a lot better once you do!



    Thanks for the advice Scott, but the voice of reason finally took hold. I'm back to normal. Remember, rust is patina...duct tape is your friend...even burlap is better than getting Smurfed!!!! The smurf process must run something like this...
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    Now now boys, I am going to have to send you to your rooms. LOL!
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    What did you decide? I am new here and was reading through this post and wonder what your resolution was.

    I work for a demolition company and I have medical millwork in my shop. It has a lot more drawers than cabinets on the bottom and cabinets overhead. Works out GREAT for the shop.

    If you contact a local demolition company in your area and tell them you would like to be allowed to visit the next LARGE medical demolition to pick out some cabinets.

    We like people that want stuff. First it saves us cash by us not having to pay to dump it. Second it saves the landfill from all that stuff and third, you get it free. WIN - WIN- WIN

    You can get a lot of stuff from the demo guys, just get on their list to call when they get certain things and be ready to go pick it up when they call. Sometimes they get a call for a big job starting TONIGHT so be ready to go with a trailer at any time and you will get opportunities like you would not believe. Offer to load yourself but we would not allow you to load, we would do that for you to avoid insurance issues.

    Bob

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    Interesting input Bob.

    I have not actually gotten to the point of setting up the garage yet. The wife finally got wise to my ploy and said the house needed to be completed before anything more went to the garage. LOL!

    I will look into the demo companies.
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    Well, Keep us up to date, Glenn.

    And welcome to the site, Bob!

    Scott
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    Have You guys seen this, still expensive but I would think worth it for you lottery winners


    http://www.lista-online.com/quickshi...d-cabinets.htm

    Happy Hunting
    archie =) =) =)

    P.S. I have recently finished a stand for my Granit plate It was welded up out of angle iron and has 3 full extension drawer slides. I am going to try to attach a picture. couldn't figure that out so here is a link to it on my web site.

    http://jeep534.smugmug.com/gallery/2110033_2i29h#P-2-12

    Happy Hunting
    archie =) =) =)
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