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Old 05-18-2011, 08:02 AM   #1
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Hey guys need some help..Ive been hanging and taping for fifteen years, I still use hand tools, i just enjoy it alot more its soon becoming a lost art. For so many years ive been stacking buckets while on my stilts, with many accidents with tipped over buckets. At the bottom i have a trashcan dolly with casters and a bucket top attached to the top of it, to allow the bottom bucket a sturdy place to rest. Awhile back i found a cart online that was made from aluminum tubing and it looked like a tripod with rolling casters. On top was a space for the bucket to sit and a tray to hold all your knives & trowels.Iit was kind of pricy at the time and im now just looking to purchase it and cant find it at all. If any of you can help with locating it for i would greatly appreciate it. If anyone does find it please attach a link or phone #. Thank alot

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Old 05-18-2011, 08:39 AM   #2
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why not just buy a mini scaffold they are only about $80.00 at lowes or menards.
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Old 05-18-2011, 07:37 PM   #3
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Just get two 18" squares of subfloor and screw them together bolt on some casters from harbor freight and screw an empty pail on top.
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Here are the only two items that I could find that you might be interested in:

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Old 05-18-2011, 10:10 PM   #5
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this may serve you well.. this is my life saver, i cart everything around room to room to eliminate walking back and forth. holds everything for every process.. stands about 4 foot tall, pretty light..

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I agree with CD, you will get more bang for the buck with a mini scaffold. Get a hawk with a hole on the bottom of handle, you can rest it on top of scaffold. your trowels hook on to the rails. Then you can have more than one bucket mixed, and it's adjustable in height too
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I use the mini,,, but I saw how Arey in his vid. just kicked his dolly out the way when doing his floor work. Can't do that with a mini scaffold . Not in a tight spot. Never used a bucket dolly ,,, But I will next week. The mini is great for stilt work.. Everything is right there . radio/cigarettes/redbulls,,,,
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Old 05-24-2011, 06:38 PM   #8
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just get two 18" squares of subfloor and screw them together bolt on some casters from harbor freight and screw an empty pail on top.
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I have one of those I use for pump and mud when boxing. I also use it when stomping ceilings keeps the mess off the floor from roller.
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You can also search the inventors data here (is from 2008)
http://www.google.com/patents/US2008...20cart&f=false
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just hire a helper to fill your hawk and get you coffee and buff your tools lol
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why not just buy a mini scaffold they are only about $80.00 at lowes or menards.
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I like it 2
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Great for high tech pumpers (expensive though) not for quickfillers
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Here ya go G... I like it!
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Here ya go G... I like it!
LOL
Never even thought about that when I posted the pic.

As you can see in the back ground, 2bjr was using the mini to install 1/2 bead. So I had to improvise , so I stole the GC's wheel barrel .

It's our 1st commercial job in a long time, (sorta miss commercial work, except for the hard hat chit). But whats 2bjr start nagging at me about at lunch time...... "you need to buy another mini baker"

Their a god send on commercial jobs......
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Never even thought about that when I posted the pic.

As you can see in the back ground, 2bjr was using the mini to install 1/2 bead. So I had to improvise , so I stole the GC's wheel barrel .

It's our 1st commercial job in a long time, (sorta miss commercial work, except for the hard hat chit). But whats 2bjr start nagging at me about at lunch time...... "you need to buy another mini baker"

Their a god send on commercial jobs......
Ha Ha!!
Moore, it seems you are not the only cheap tool lover with your wool roller and the multi-porpouse-tool.
It seems you both may pottencially have had an Argentinian great great grandfather or something
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