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  • Writer's pictureSheryl Lyons

SMALL WORKSHOP ON WHEELS! ๐Ÿ› ๐Ÿ›ผ๐Ÿ›ž



Why does everything need to be on wheels in a small shop? Because a decent size space quickly becomes claustrophobic once you factor in traffic patterns from doorways or crash into EVERYTHING trying to work with long boards/awkward sheet goods. Plus, if, like me, your workshop is also your garage, the water heater and electrical panel gobble up some of that square footage. It doesn't take much for a 13ft x 20ft shop to feel like an 8ft x 8ft box. The only way for it to perform is to be able to roll things out of the way. If you have a small shop and don't have 90% of the contents on wheels, you're missing out on big-time functionality and oodles less stress.

DIY TIP - Get your wheels at Harbor Freight. They're much cheaper than any of the alternatives and work great!

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