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I live at my brother's house who's a little anal about things being clean and taking up less space, so I decided to build something that would take up less space and would help keep the garage free of sawdust.

This was something quick and easy on wheels so I can roll it out to the driveway and do my cuts.. I didn't do a cabinet style station because this way I can just use my blower and blast away all the sawdust from above and below out to the street for the city street sweeper to take care of.:p



and more help for less sawdust:
 

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nice work James, those little Ryobi saws are great for the $$$. Build party at your place? :D
 

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Thanks guys. Ryobi isn't world class quality, but the tools i got from them is working and lasting so far. They're also affordable, which is a big plus for me. And i'm no contractor so.. :)


Install performance racing rims & tires:


Rolls out to the driveway:


and this blows all the dust away: homelite, which i think is Ryobi's gardening line/name.


Got this set for pretty cheap through local pick up from ebay: ~$30 iirc



mounted for convenience and space:


i heart tools.
 

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looks great. I need something like that.
 

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I am ripping you off.................................! one more time!!!
 

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DAmn. $30 for all those bits.

What brand are they?
 

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DAmn. $30 for all those bits.

What brand are they?
 

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DAmn. $30 for all those bits.

What brand are they?
That's what I was thinking....that's a fantastic deal!
This looks to be the same exact set of no-name ROUTER BITS I have.

IIRC I got it for about $35 because I was able to do a local pickup.



For those that may have 1/2" shank routers, this looks like a deal. A little more than $1/bit shipped.
http://cgi.ebay.com/80-1-2-Shank-3-...6|66:2|65:12|39:1|240:1318|301:0|293:6|294:50
 

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Great idea, I have a little sawhorse type affair that I drag out in the driveway for messy projects. Beats having a layer of dust on everything.
 
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