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Hardworking Horse and Cart

??Two great additions to any small shop.

By Randy Johnson

Do you spend a lot of time stacking, storing and pushing stuff around your small shop just to make room for the next phase of your project? Here are a couple of no-nonsense shop helpers that can make your small shop feel like the open prairie!

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The horse assembles with interlocking joints that are remarkably rigid.

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The cart consists of simple frames and legs that are assembled and glued.

This story originally appeared in American Woodworker October 2002, issue #96.

October 2002, issue #96

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