Make your own tool organization wall that is better than a pegboard, and cheaper!

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Pocketchange

February 21, 2020

Not sure why, but I got unsubbed from your channel. I've resubbed, just thought it was weird.

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nohabs

February 21, 2020

I'm just starting to build something similar to this. Thanks for your great ideas.

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Genesis Keywatcher

February 21, 2020

Nice professional video. Creative intro video too! The double backboard to counter the wavy walls seems like a lot of work that could be simplified with just using 3/4" plywood. Thick plywood in a common approach in commercial buildings. Might have costed a few dollars more though.

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celia morrison

February 21, 2020

Congrats!! You did a great job, great ideas!! Everything I was looking for. Tks a lot, from Brasil!!

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Richard Hawkins

February 21, 2020

Heads up, Objective Personality used your video to talk about personality differences: https://youtu.be/tnt90bIcX8s

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JAUME bricolaje y construcción

February 21, 2020

Ok

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Pete Cater

February 21, 2020

Great video, I’ve been looking for inspiration to create my own tool board. Good job. 👍🏻

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Tran The Clever

February 21, 2020

An awesome job, I love it too 3:48

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Alex Vojtov

February 21, 2020

Молодец, это лучшее видео о том, как изготовить стенд для инструментов в домашней мастерской! Я подписан на тебя!

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Tran The Clever

February 21, 2020

Thank you so much for this video. Precise, easy to follow, to the point. 3:47

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1_Creative_Poodle

February 21, 2020

Real cool man, loving it

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Annie Arnone

February 21, 2020

Wow,wish this was in my garage. You certainly work smarter not harder. Very smart

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Ray Smith

February 21, 2020

Great if you have a studded wall. My walls are brick.

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Darrell Brown

February 21, 2020

AWESOME

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Jordan Frank

February 21, 2020

You had me at "6 coats of poly". subbed!

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tonywoolf

February 21, 2020

Now draw outline around each tool. It is much easier to turn them back to their places.

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Zack Zweifel

February 21, 2020

wow this is great!

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bjnwright

February 21, 2020

Great video, thanks! You summed up the peg board problem perfectly. This board is functional and looks a whole lot better too.

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Kathy Gillispie

February 21, 2020

I did not catch your first name, but I want to differ with you on pegboard. I am a pegboard nut and made my shop with walls of pegboard, being able to hang anywhere there is a gap. I would love to send you some pictures if you would want them. You probably never used a peg lock or a pegitz on the board to hold the peg hooks in place, they work well. I use 2 x 's for support because I put some really heavy items on the board. If you would like to see pictures please use the following info: Bob Gillispie, PO Box 207, Gruver, Texas 79040, 806-733-2707. Thanks, for listening.

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Richard Brown

February 21, 2020

8:37 – Very nice work! How did you wind up creating the holder for those?

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Taylor Ralston

February 21, 2020

Love the channel. Maybe I missed it, but what were the dimensions of your tool board? I'll be planning one soon, but I don't want to go overboard or underboard, for that matter. Thanks.

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Keckle Jeckle

February 21, 2020

Amen no more peg board.

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Роман Фасадович

February 21, 2020

Лайк

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Stewie Griffin

February 21, 2020

Like yourself I once used pegboard and also had the same issues with the hooks so I then used golf tees which helped, but then I removed the pegboard completely and used a thick plywood sheet and I reused the golf tees like how you have used dowel

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Biju Thomas

February 21, 2020

or you can get a pegboard

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Mow Better

February 21, 2020

grippy discs…excellent…

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John Lukach

February 21, 2020

watch man breakdown nailing a board to the wall into 80 steps…

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DM H

February 21, 2020

This is great, I have a small area between cabinets in my new garage. This will be perfect

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Carmen Jimenez

February 21, 2020

Excellent tip for the grip discs on the magnets!

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Spetet

February 21, 2020

There's something very artistic about the arrangement

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MmTC

February 21, 2020

Wonderful job

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FacePuncher

February 21, 2020

For easy cutting I just lay a straight board down and use it as a fence for the circular saw, you don't need a jig or anything, and you can screw them together if theyre slipping around

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Country Harrison

February 21, 2020

Appreciate the video…. I'm going to do one myself

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John Lane

February 21, 2020

I was always taught to store wood planes on their sides, not on their bottoms, (something about protecting the blades?). Other than that, what a great project – something to be proud of!

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gvsuball

February 21, 2020

I didn’t take the time to look through all 400+ comments to see if this has been asked, but I’m curious 1) what the thickness is of your “show” piece of plywood, and 2) did you utilize the leftover to build your tool organizers? I’m asking because my pin nailer only shoots max 1” pins and I’m unsure if I use 3/4” plywood, will the 1” pin be enough to hold everything in place using your pinning technique? Your input is appreciated. Thanks for the great idea!

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Tom Zorba

February 21, 2020

Love everything except the spade bits with the points up.

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Ken Hoffpauir

February 21, 2020

very, very nice.

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Kevin Higgins

February 21, 2020

I was praying that you wouldn’t pull out a sharpie and outline the tools….lol!

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D L

February 21, 2020

love the two-sheets of plywood idea.

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Jeffrey Schmitz

February 21, 2020

Keep up the good work! I was looking for a decent plan for a tool organization board for a long time. I'm inspired to build, thanks!

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Ed

February 21, 2020

Nothing new here, sorely missing cabinet doors to keep the filth out

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Pluff Mudd

February 21, 2020

Also noted your shop-built disc sander. Very cool! I would like a more in-depth tour of your shop!

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Pluff Mudd

February 21, 2020

This is the best! I have already started the thought process, and the layout of my tool board. I noticed there were seven magnets to start with, ending up with four. Slick!

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RICKY RICARDO

February 21, 2020

Hi, I dont understand why you made this with 2 layers of plywood instead of just one thicker?

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prabu

February 21, 2020

Very nice,how many days it took for you do it,and how did you edit the video

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John Lopez

February 21, 2020

Can't wait to get started on mine.  Great idea! thanks

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Wayne Kirton

February 21, 2020

Good shit!

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