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So I move around during the day doing different jobs. All at the same site, but its several acres. I was looking for some kind of fold up work bench. A cart wont work.
 

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We have folding saw horses, not sure they have ever been used, $40.
So you use a portable fridge as your work table then? Great idea, keeps the beer cold for the end of the day.
 

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So you use a portable fridge as your work table then? Great idea, keeps the beer cold for the end of the day.
Thats for the milk for the tea and coffee. :thumbsup:
 

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get a cart with a horse to pull it around the site

 

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Why can't you just build your own?

It's pretty easy to build a small portable table and you can customize it to fit your needs. So far I have built a work bench and an outside work table, my next projects are to build a small electronics workbench and then a folding table capable of holding my tools that will hold up to 1,000 pounds.

I work with some massive motors.
 

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A cart wont work.
Because?

So you have to carry your tools and a table around several acres?

I'm a big fan of wheels so I'd figure something out.

We keep folding plastic tables on the trucks because I HATE working off the floor.
 

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Because? So you have to carry your tools and a table around several acres? I'm a big fan of wheels so I'd figure something out. We keep folding plastic tables on the trucks because I HATE working off the floor.
I have a carryall golf cart. Needed something small to fit in back
 

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Those small fold up tables are great, unless you've got equipment with some weight.

Should have taken a picture when the guys had the cap bridge up on one. Probably a good inch or two deflection.
 

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I use all kinds of carts. I have a big Rubbermaid for my tools and parts for the day, a drafting cart with 4" PVC tubes bolted to the bottom side for prints, a rolling shelf system with all kinds of fittings, and a work table cart we made out of a heavy duty cart, piano hinges, and 3/4 ply.
 
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