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Old 07-18-2018, 10:49 AM
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Yes you are right. It's been so hot those days all i think about is AC.
It's the corn's fault I hear.....
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I had pallet racking in my old shop. LOVED IT. Really heavy and could store tons of weight. No better way to store lots of engines, transmissions and parts. Like Mike said, you could put whole tractors up on them. I've often thought about this if ever I get a better place to put my stuff. Not necessarily running tractors, but ones waiting their turn.

Looks great Beth! You've been busy!

I only see heat in the shop, not A/C.
Thanks everyone for the nice comments. I have searching for some time for nice pallet racking. It is VERY handy and stable. Jonathan, I love summer and don't mind the heat at all. If it get's too stuffy I just use a fan.
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Is your pallet racking by chance Equipto brand?
I had quite a bit of that brand in my first shop. Bought it at auction from a closing GE electric motor plant for cheap.
It does give one a good excuse to buy more stuff, that you would not buy otherwise due to no room to store it.

And if you can, secure the upper portion of the uprights to the wall.
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Is your pallet racking by chance Equipto brand?
I had quite a bit of that brand in my first shop. Bought it at auction from a closing GE electric motor plant for cheap.
It does give one a good excuse to buy more stuff, that you would not buy otherwise due to no room to store it.

And if you can, secure the upper portion of the uprights to the wall.
The brand is Sturdi Built.
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Just went thru the entire thread, very nice set up

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