Bike Project Build Table

Discussion in 'Some Assembly Required' started by JagLite, Sep 30, 2014.

  1. JimVonBaden

    JimVonBaden "Cool" Aid! Supporter

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  2. isde97

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    I will post up mine- I made three of these about 15 years ago, framed in dimensional lumber, 3/4 ply top and OSB shelf, trimmed in red oak. The stains don't match because I was experimenting to see how different stains would look. I originally had vinyl tile on the top, but I ended up with some raised coin vinyl mat remnants and this is much better. This is the smallest of the three, used mainly for dirt bikes but I was able to press it into service for the RVF because the other two have longer term projects on them. I was able to
    scrounge the current casters that have integral rubber feet that screw down. I would do things differently now but these have worked out fairly well and I have other things to do.

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  3. JagLite

    JagLite Long timer Supporter

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    Excellent! :thumb
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  4. sruss67

    sruss67 Been here awhile Supporter

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    Nice!
    Good looking RVF too :-)
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  5. Tonythepilot

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    It used to be said that imitation is the most sincere form of complement.
    If that still holds true then thank you for the build plans for this.
    I tried to copy them as close as I could. I am Not a carpenter.
    so this was good practice for me.


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    Before:

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    After:

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    Thanks again!
  6. sruss67

    sruss67 Been here awhile Supporter

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    Great stuff and well done.
    Isn't it great how you can store parts etc under your build :-) and tidy up at the same time.
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  7. worncog

    worncog YBNormal Supporter

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    Nice! Does the dog thinks he's going somewhere soon?
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  8. JagLite

    JagLite Long timer Supporter

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    Excellent! :clap

    It is so handy to have and so inexpensive to build. :thumb
    Thanks for posting the pictures, I always like to see others make their own. :beer
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  9. Tonythepilot

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    He was such a good boy we went for a ride just for him.
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  10. busa1300

    busa1300 Been here awhile

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    My table was free from the chiropractic/sports med clinic that my wife manages
    A roller massage table that quit working.....I took it home and gutted the mechanics and padding.
    Cut a couple pieces of plywood for a top and have put it to use for a number of years now

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  11. JagLite

    JagLite Long timer Supporter

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    Free is even better than cheap! :clap
  12. villageidiot

    villageidiot Long timer Supporter

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    Made a new one as I gave my former one away when I got a air lift, which I then decided I didn’t want to trip on it 360 days a year.

    so here we are.

    7’ long, 20” high.

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  13. JagLite

    JagLite Long timer Supporter

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    Thanks for posting the pictures! :thumb
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