winter coats in the carriage
house. Either way, it’s simply a
matter of getting some closet
rod cups and installing them
(about 2 inches down from
the ceiling of the cabinet and
approximately 12 inches from
the back of the cabinet). With
the rod cups installed, measure
from the inside of one cup to
the other, cut the closet rod to
length and put it in position.
Storage cabinets come in all shapes and sizes. Max Hunter, professional cabinet
maker and president of Western Dovetail Inc., offers detailed instructions on the EHT
website for a top-of-the-line wooden tool cabinet with casters and lockable drawers.
Hunter’s cabinet has gone through the entire design, prototype and field-testing process
to make it simple, sleek, practical, cost-effective and versatile. The article details step-by-step building instructions, tool and material requirements, cut lists and even cost
estimates. To access this how-to story, visit www.extremehowto.com and click on Build
a Mobile Tool Cabinet. And, visit Western Dovetail online at www.westerndovetail.com.
BUILD A MOBILE TOOL STORAGE CABINET WITH
5 DRAWERS THAT ALL LOCK WITH ONE KEY
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