André Solhaug

André Solhaug

André Solhaug
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RE-PIN THIS!!! http://www.cardosystems.com/ Factory Tour: SRAM’s STU Colorado Springs Development Facility. Photo by bikerumor.com

Factory Tour: SRAM’s STU Colorado Springs Development Facility.

In-floor Scissor Lift Install - The Garage Journal Board

In-floor Scissor Lift Install - The Garage Journal Board

Cool idea for hubby's man cave, if he ever gets to build one! Tire & glass table...Not for my house but my brothers bachelor pad!!

I really think this a cool little table/storage idea for a mans room! Perfect for a mans cave

Recycled Tires Made Into Storage…would Be Great To Make Into A Cooler For Bbqs To Put Beers In! - Click for More...

Recycled tires made into storage.would be great to make into a cooler for bbqs to put beers in! Another possible mancave idea for Chris

Simple Scribe - Woodworking - as always, thinking how this could be done in wood - by me even!

Simple Scribe - Pretty sure I have pinned this in a DIY wooden version. Concept is rather simple.

used to scribe a cut line precisely to your too wavy wall.

[Precision Scribes] mark a scribe line on the guide board using a pencil and a small washer - Woodworking Techniques - American Woodworker

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Effective tool for mirroring cutouts.

Power Drill Scrubber

Who needs elbow grease 😂Power Drill Scrubber

Cut with a Drill - If you need to shorten a bolt, let your drill do the hard work. Spin two nuts onto the bolt, tightening them against each other. Then chuck the bolt into the drill and hold a hacksaw blade against the spinning bolt. The nuts help to steady the blade and clean off burrs when you unscrew them.

Spin two nuts onto the bolt, tightening them against each other. Then chuck the bolt into the drill and hold a hacksaw blade against the spinning bolt. The nuts help to steady the blade and clean off burrs when you unscrew them.

The plastic handles on my metal file cabinet had cracked and broken, so I decided to replace them with handles made from bolts, nuts and eye screws. I remember seeing this idea in an old issue of Readymade, but I searched for it online and went through every back issue I own and couldn’t find …

The plastic handles on my metal file cabinet had cracked and broken, so I decided to replace them with handles made from bolts, nuts and eye screws. I remember seeing this idea in an old issue of Read