<body class='hmmessage'><div dir='ltr'>My wife will hate it! It's perfect!<br><br>I think that's what I want.
They had something similar at the Container Store, a bit bigger, I think
but it was $60. I will check the measurements with my desk because it
would be nice if it slid underneath the desk top.<br><br>Thanks. And thanks for putting wheels on to show me what it is like.<br><br><div>> From: Kenneth.Acosta.firstname.lastname@example.org<br>> To: email@example.com<br>> Date: Tue, 13 Aug 2013 14:36:12 +0000<br>> CC: firstname.lastname@example.org<br>> Subject: Re: [WWI] Tool trolley?<br>> <br>> Hi Michael-<br>> <br>> Emerging from deep lurk to see if I can help. You describe a contraption that I've been using for years. I've attached a couple of pics so you can see if it scratches your itch. First pic shows the whole assembly out in front of my work bench; second pic shows where I keep it. The framing under my table interferes just enough that I had to remove the wheels, but it's no matter to me since I don't have any reason to wheel it out. I snapped the wheels back in to get the pic for you. Here's a link to the current version of this item:<br>> <br>> http://www.irisusainc.com/p-732-mc-360-top.aspx<br>> <br>> Looks to be about $33 if you buy from the manufacturer, but you may find it cheaper if you shop around.<br>> <br>> FWIW, I discovered last night that the drawers are separate modules that can be removed (or more added) if you'd like to adjust the height and/or capacity of your setup.<br>> <br>> HTH-<br>> Ken A.<br>> <br>> <br>> <br>> -----Original Message-----<br>> <br>> Date: Mon, 12 Aug 2013 00:18:40 +0000<br>> From: Michael Kendix <email@example.com><br>> To: World War One Modeling <firstname.lastname@example.org><br>> Subject: [WWI] Tool trolley?<br>> Message-ID: <BLU170-W85036262036D6CDA9ECA6DB75B0@phx.gbl><br>> <br>> I'm trying to make things a bit more organized and easier to keep my stuff put away. Rather than use a collection of shoe-box sized plastic containers, dinner trays & such, I thought I'd try to find a too trolley that I could wheel under my desk. Anyone have such a thing or have any suggestions? Links to such with pictures would be helpful.<br>> <br>> Thanks,<br>> <br>> Michael<br></div> </div></body>