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Discussion in 'Jims Woodworking' started by Coloman, Jan 31, 2008.
Made this with scrap wood and about $15 of hard ware.
Dear Brother Hartman;
Bill, that looks like it will work as well as some of those that go for $300-$400 dollars or more!
Thanks for sharing.:big_smile:
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Bill, I see what you are talking about now, that is really nice. That is not like the ones I made that I told you about. I can see where one like yours would cost some pretty good bucks. Be sure to take some pictures of your rods for us. And don't forget to post some pictures of the kitchen table you are building. Thanks for sharing with us buddy.
i have about the same thing except i used roller blade wheels ,sorry no pictures
That looks like it would work real well Bill.
Thanks every one for the kind words!
I was going to use roller blade wheels, but did't know where to get them.
pretty cool. cant wait to see a rod.
Very ingenious, Bill - looks good & I betcha she works even better!
Very Nice! I like the way you can adjust the upright spacing on the rails. I just finished my first rod wrapping jig last weekend, I'll post a pic of it next weekend when I get back from Iowa. Thank you for posting your pics I'm just getting started in rod building and any new ideas are great.
Very nice rod stand.
Here is my first rod!
Very nice work,Bill keep it up . and thanks for sharing.
Very nice looking rod, Coleman.