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  1. MrMaritoJavier
    July 15, 2015
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    You are a true pro. Thank you for taking the time to make these videos.

  2. SIG603
    July 15, 2015
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    Great update on your trailer Ron, I had a question on the distance between the dados on the drawer units on your trailer? What have you found to be the most optimal spacing? Thanks

  3. Paul Granger
    July 15, 2015
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    hate to say it, but the audio in this video is not very good. You may need to adjust the new mic pack. It almost sounds like it is automatically cutting out the echo in the shop. Not sure. I still like the videos. As a matter of fact I was contemplating emptying my work van and reorganizing it, since I can't convince the boss to get me a new truck to start fresh…Yet.

  4. William Todd
    July 15, 2015
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    Another great video as always Ron.  That trailer makes so much sense, I think anyone could walk into it and find anything you send them after.  I like your organization, it makes your job so much easier.  I see so many contractor trailers where you open the door and everything is literally just thrown in.  How do they find anything without unloading the whole trailer…I bet that's how too.  You took a somewhat small trailer and made use of so much of the space, yet you could probably work inside that trailer somewhat if you had to.

  5. Darragh Keohane
    July 15, 2015
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    Very organised trailer Ron. I am very impressed by your methods. Have a great day!!

  6. Paul Barton
    July 15, 2015
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    love the dedication to efficiency Ron. Thanks
    Paul

  7. Heino Poulsen
    July 15, 2015
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    a sheet of plywood like that there i live cost about 350$

  8. Paul Bialozor
    July 15, 2015
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    Great video as always Ron…

    Here is a suggestion that might be useful. You may want to build a 2", or TBD (to be determined) shelf where you store your two piece workbench, under it to be exact. Granted it would raise the bench a bit but you would claim almost the entire area under it for things such as your Festool Guide and it might be easier to reach too. Plus you could easily store other long items as well. And you won't have to deal with the Trailer Door Frame to pops out so you can easily remove your guide when the bench is being stored. 

    You could probably portion off the front section for smaller items as well. As you know all to well, a few stripes to act as runners and a top is all that would be needed. You can either use pocket screws on the back side to attach the runners to the top and then simply drill up from the bottom to secure the new top to rest your Workbench on. That way only the Workbench will be stored up there.

    It appears you have upwards of a foot or more to the ceiling but I don't know for sure, just guessing based off of the video…

    I made this comment a few minutes into the video so if you address this near the end, well, obviously I've not gotten there yet…  LOL..

    Enjoy…

  9. brutusman12345
    July 15, 2015
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    Where do you put you rSawstop in the trailer?

    Love your vids and your work station. I have a 3×6 one that goes to every job site.

  10. GTLee9
    July 16, 2015
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    Hey Ron. I see your using a saw stop table saw instead of the dewalt. How do you like it? I built the original version of the ultimate workbench. I'm still loving it. I upgraded it and installed my router in the top of the bench as you did in one of your later versions. I like that also it allowed me to get rid of my Norm Abrams design dedicated router table. That frees up a bit of room in the garage.

  11. Sigpilot97
    July 23, 2015
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    Ron,
    I'm struggling between purchasing a 14ft or 16ft trailer. I live in an area that generally has wide, well laid out streets so navigating the metro area is not a huge deal. I wonder if the longer trailer would really pay off.

    Would you like a bigger trailer now that you have used this one? I heard you say 14ft was about right. Has that changed?

  12. Purna Yepuri
    July 26, 2015
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    Basmit wood weark

  13. Bob D.
    February 4, 2016
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    Ron, did you think about storing the tracks on the ceiling to the right of the lights? Looks like there is room there for at least two long tracks.

  14. matt S
    February 12, 2016
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    Hi Ron, thanks for walking us through that project. I find it is helpful to hear the reasoning behind why you are doing something, as well as seeing it. Keep them coming!

  15. mhn3773
    June 24, 2016
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    Hey Ron, I have watched this entire series over the last week. I am blown away! I can not wait to start building my own Paulk work benches. On a side note in this video it looks like you have changed the job site table saw you are using. What saw do you currently recommend? There are so many to chose from, being a home gamer it is difficult for me to asses which one is the more function less fluff. Thanks Ron!

  16. Benjamin Tiefert
    December 21, 2016
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    Nice Winnebago View/Navion 24J in the background. Did you ever try to tow the loaded toolbox with it?

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