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Jun 29th, 2020 at 6:04pm

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Been getting sick and tired of having nowhere to put the camp ovens so repurposed my old home made wine rack. Don't do much wine drinking these days so it was just taking up space. I was a bit concerned about it being a bit top heavy but it's a lot sturdier than expected. Now just need to fill the bottom half up, or put a couple of shelves in for other cast iron stuff, not sure yet.
 
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Tad that is looking pretty good
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Just doesn't look stable enough for me mate.
 
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It looked a pretty good as a wine rack as well.  I love seeing people’s ingenuity.

 

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Looks all right to me.
 

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Chally wrote on Jun 29th, 2020 at 8:27pm:
Just doesn't look stable enough for me mate.

I was expecting it to need attaching to the wall but is surprisingly stable. I needed a storage that took up minimal space as my shed is pretty tight trying to fit in multiple hobbies. Once I get some weight lower in it, in theory, it should be even more stable
 
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tadpole wrote on Jun 30th, 2020 at 12:42pm:
Chally wrote on Jun 29th, 2020 at 8:27pm:
Just doesn't look stable enough for me mate.

I was expecting it to need attaching to the wall but is surprisingly stable. I needed a storage that took up minimal space as my shed is pretty tight trying to fit in multiple hobbies. Once I get some weight lower in it, in theory, it should be even more stable


Ok; it just looked like if it was bumped it might topple over and that wouldn't be good.
 
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Chally wrote on Jun 30th, 2020 at 8:07pm:
tadpole wrote on Jun 30th, 2020 at 12:42pm:
Chally wrote on Jun 29th, 2020 at 8:27pm:
Just doesn't look stable enough for me mate.

I was expecting it to need attaching to the wall but is surprisingly stable. I needed a storage that took up minimal space as my shed is pretty tight trying to fit in multiple hobbies. Once I get some weight lower in it, in theory, it should be even more stable


Ok; it just looked like if it was bumped it might topple over and that wouldn't be good.

Maybe place a heavy camp oven on the bottom shelf.  I was thinking a 24 inch one will do the trick.  Grin
 

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