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Old 08-24-06, 02:02AM   #1
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Default Gear Track

I have just bought 2 gear track panel kits from Sears online. These are really cool. It is a slotted track that comes in 4' lengths. You then can add any style hook you want for different items. I have now gotten all my garden tools and ext cords off of the floor and wherever else that got left on the floor or left on the bench or any other horizontal surface that could be found. Not stepping up to the refer yet, though.
WFO! Is there any other way?
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