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Old Today, 03:27 PM   #1
WhiffySpark
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Default Home made hutch riser question

I know most people use piano hinges, but of course I can't do it the easy way. I want to make a solid door that'll will slide up into the hitch, basically exactly like a snap on hutch. Any ideas on a track? I looked on snap ons site and didn't see anything.

I don't care for the dealer we have so I won't spend money with him. And the guy I use doesn't want to piss him off since it's out of his territory. So I'm stuck building my own or no hutch. And I'm tired of people piling their shit on my box
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Old Today, 04:51 PM   #2
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Default Re: Home made hutch riser question

I might have the hardware for that from an old TV hutch. Is that what you are looking for?
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