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Old 07-12-2015, 12:40 PM   #1
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Here's my answer to the storage of long items in my limited storage space. this little shelf allows me to slide bins in and out on the top Click image for larger version

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That is cavernous storage - is that a tt or a 5ver?
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TT, Starcraft 329 bhu. Perhaps the pic makes it look big, the opening is 23x15in.
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Either way a nice space. Good idea with the raised floor too.
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Here's my answer to the storage of long items in my limited storage space. this little shelf allows me to slide bins in and out on the top Attachment 99855but yet store long things like brooms and my spring bars underneath
Limited??? Try a Windjammer 3008 now that is limited. But good idea though.
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