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Cut with a Drill If you need to shorten a bolt, let your drill do the hard work. Spin two nuts onto the bolt, tightening them against each other. Then chuck the bolt into the drill and hold a hacksaw blade against the spinning bolt. The nuts help to steady the blade and clean off burrs when you unscrew them.

Spin two nuts onto the bolt, tightening them against each other. Then chuck the bolt into the drill and hold a hacksaw blade against the spinning bolt. The nuts help to steady the blade and clean off burrs when you unscrew them.

To hold a lot of pliers, it's easiest to just hook them onto the edge of a piece of wood. A lot of pliers go in a small amount of space that way. The piece of wood in this holder is tapered towards the top edge, so that it doesn't force the handles too far apart.    It's really only about half full with pliers so far.

To hold a lot of pliers, it's easiest to just hook them onto the edge of a piece of wood. The piece of wood in this holder is tapered towards the top edge, so that it doesn't force the handles too far apart

DIY Wood Stove made from Tire Rims that I use for my cast iron skillet cooking!

DIY Wood Stove made from Tire Rims - this is perfect for cast iron skillet cooking outdoors! Very CLEVER! Cute idea for fire pit for parties

Build a Drop Down Workbench |-No shop is complete without a workbench, but not everyone’s shop space allows room for a big, freestanding bench. This bench offers a sturdy place for all your shop chores, and folds down flat against the wall when not in use to save space. FREE PLANS at buildsomething.com

No shop is complete without a workbench, but not everyone’s shop space allows room for a big, freestanding bench. This bench offers a sturdy place for all your shop chores, and folds down flat against the wall when not in use to save space.