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Thread: thread with a board member giving a website for PVC stroeage

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    thread with a board member giving a website for PVC stroeage

    A thread concerning storage: A member gave a suggestion by going to this website for PVC Storeage rack. I went back to get the thread to open up the website, I could'nt find the Thread. I don't remember if it was in Pictures forum or the Mission forum., Can any one help me to find ???? Tinker

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    Try doing a search on the site. Then you'll get results from either board. Up on the top right of any of the pages on the board there's a white box that you can type "PVC Storage rack" into to search for it. Under "Settings" and "Log Out" and above the words "Advanced Search"

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    I don't know about the thread, but this Youtube video shows how to construct racks to hold plastic storage bins:
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UoWnH0q9a9I
    and the website it comes from is http://www.cheapsheds.com/

    Edit: The Youtube video gives a list of materials to make the racks.

    Also found this website that explains how to make the PVC racks:
    http://studio5.ksl.com/?nid=61&sid=5148165
    Last edited by Prism99; 07-29-2013 at 05:20 PM.

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    Thanks, I believe Studio 5 is what I was looking for. Not the vedio but picture of the rack and the parts list. Tinker

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    Since, I have an answer to my thread. How do I take my thread off?????

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    There is no reason to take the thread off. Others may be interested in the website. Plus, threads can be removed only by moderators.

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