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Welcome 2 LJ's …......good solid workbench …...... and sure be handy having it on rollers
 

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Thanks. Yes, the first thing I did was slap some rollers on the bench that flip up out of the way. I can roll it around with one hand with those nice Rockler wheels.

Being just off the ocean I notice more humidity and rust in the shop than a good breeze since I am pointed West. Thinking about adding one of those shop AC units where I just bore a hole in the wall. Only probably use it when I am not making lots of dust or not finishing.
 

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Hey Juggler I'm from ormond beach. Used to live across from the beach in coquina key. I'll say that I'll never live that close to the beach again because of the rust. It was so bad for my race car addiction at the time and all of my mechanic tools.

Awesome bench my friend. I may copy yours…. ;)
 

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Thanks, Adam. I live super close by Coquina Key. I guess you were just off A1A then. I live in Seabridge North housing addition. I was astounded by the salt rusting everything at 2 blocks from the beach. I use T-9 on every steel surface religiously and it works great for tools. Definitely something to deal with for a tool guy.

Your bed is beautiful. So, what joinery did you use to put the big pieces together? I read the comments. The guy that talked about pocket holes and wood movement had a good point I hadn't thought much about.
 

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A woodshop and a Harley…a garage after my own heart! Looks good!
 

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That bench is sweet
 
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