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post #31 of 52
Looks good! Looks like tons of fun!

Don't worry about the adjustable shelves. We have them in every cabinet in our house, and only used the feature the day we moved in after the remodel. Never again have we needed to touch them.

I really debated adjustable shelves for my little rack I just built but it was more trouble than it was worth. I just built to large bays for equipment and the rest for disks.

Again...looks good!
post #32 of 52
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Looks good! Looks like tons of fun!

Don't worry about the adjustable shelves. We have them in every cabinet in our house, and only used the feature the day we moved in after the remodel. Never again have we needed to touch them.

I really debated adjustable shelves for my little rack I just built but it was more trouble than it was worth. I just built to large bays for equipment and the rest for disks.

Again...looks good!
Thanks man!
post #33 of 52
Well done. I'm thinking to go this route since I'm wanting something odd for my room too. I was a woodworker in 4H in high school, but that's been 10 - 15 years now eek.gif

A friend once told me that every home project requires a new tool purchase. I think this is the perfect candidate for that tablesaw wink.gif
post #34 of 52
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Man if we had a table saw it could have been done in two hours lol. Maybe I'll get one
post #35 of 52
Looking good Brian. You have inspired me to build something about 2/3 that size due to a move. Very functional and well thought out, hope to see it after the final stain.
post #36 of 52
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Looking good Brian. You have inspired me to build something about 2/3 that size due to a move. Very functional and well thought out, hope to see it after the final stain.
Thanks smile.gif stain should happen before the weekend I hope smile.gif

Make sure you share your build too!!
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post #38 of 52
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Awe-effin-some
post #39 of 52
Well done Brian, that looks great.
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Awe-effin-some

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Well done Brian, that looks great.

Thanks guys :)still need it to dry then put the poly on. Should be in the house soon can't wait!!
post #41 of 52
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Second coat added. Very pleased. Poly on Tuesday. Then she comes home and set it up. Very happy
post #42 of 52
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Final product. All set up. Very happy. Just have to get used to it being taller smile.gif. Also have to fill one cubby. Hmmm xpa2?
post #43 of 52
Awesome. Will you raise the TV a bit or you don't mind it being that close to the console?
post #44 of 52
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Looks good. So good it appears to be replacing even the kitchen sink! biggrin.gif
post #45 of 52
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Awesome. Will you raise the TV a bit or you don't mind it being that close to the console?

No it's gonna stay there. The TV is actually higher than I really want it but that's ok. The angle if the pic makes it look closer than it is. It actually has a inch clearance

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Looks good. So good it appears to be replacing even the kitchen sink! biggrin.gif

Ahh a thanks!!
post #46 of 52
Looks really good! cool.gif
post #47 of 52
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Looks really good! cool.gif
Thank you. Was fun to make!!!
post #48 of 52
Holy Moly Brian, that’s beautiful! I really mean that. I also really like your stain choice. cool.gif
post #49 of 52
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Thanks Steve! I'm very pleased with how it came out. I didn't know I had it in me smile.gif

The stain name is Bombay mahogany. wink.gif
post #50 of 52
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Thanks Steve! I'm very pleased with how it came out. I didn't know I had it in me smile.gif

The stain name is Bombay mahogany. wink.gif

I'm getting ready to build another sub and think I might use that. What brand is it?
post #51 of 52
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Ok cool, thanks Brian. I'll check it out..
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