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    Not exactly my shop - storage shed

    We have a nice storage shed on our property which I'm using to store my implements and my trailer at the moment. I've seen a lot of nice home made dollies on this forum, but I'm the lazy type. Here is my limited collection of implements all sitting on their Harbor Freight dollies. I can just roll them around to get at them or get them out of the way. Also visible is my Leonard trailer.
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    I have several of those dollies.

    Only problem now is my barn has a dirt floor....
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    Quote Originally Posted by drynoc View Post
    We have a nice storage shed on our property which I'm using to store my implements and my trailer at the moment. I've seen a lot of nice home made dollies on this forum, but I'm the lazy type. Here is my limited collection of implements all sitting on their Harbor Freight dollies. I can just roll them around to get at them or get them out of the way. Also visible is my Leonard trailer.
    That's exactly what I do with my implements!!
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    I do the same thing with mine.
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