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January 20, 3:01 PM [GMT -5]

I initially built 2 of these, then with leftover pegboard built 4 more. I gave two to a friend. the directions were clear and easy to follow, the amount of storage is AMAZING. I use one for car stuff, fishing stuff, and two for woodworking tools/materials.

The only change i made was using the "Kreg Pocket jig" to secure my interior shelves, permanently. It was cheaper and easier than drilling columns of holes and buying the shelf pins. This was an easy build using a table saw and drill.

June 07, 10:03 AM [GMT -5]

I've built one of these so far and plan on building two more.
The one change or addition that I made was on the door as I added a 3/4 inch strip of wood around the door interior and then put another piece of pegboard on the door interior. Now the pegboard hooks don't show on the opposite side.

January 16, 6:25 PM [GMT -5]

My neighbor and I built 4 of these. We really like them. They work great for storing a variety of different tools, fasteners and other garage materials. He uses his exclusively for his woodworking tools. It is amazing how much you can store in a small space. We did add extra magnets to the doors to keep them closed tightly. With one closer either the top or bottom gapped. Get a friend or 2 that are interested to work with you. Once you set everything up it really doesn't take much longer to make additional cabinets.

December 28, 10:30 PM [GMT -5]

I have no comment about the project, but I do about your advertisements. One for Philips lights kept filling up the screen. It really is aggravating. I probably won't return to the website for a long time. Pity, because your content is great. Tell your marketing people to stop being so greedy. Ed Kuska

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