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Old 02-26-07, 08:47 AM   #1
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Bike Repair Table ... Table Mounted Tools

I'd like to convert a small basement room for bike storage and tools. It's about 8' x 10', and I'd like to place a bike repair table in the room. The repairs would be more in the line of preventive maintenance, but I'd like a table that is also good when I gradually progress upward in scope of repairs on my bike.

Any particular manufacture and model of repair tables that you would recommend (and why), along with basic table mounted tools to begin with? An example of table mounted tools I can think of would be perhaps a clamp for working on chrome or aluminum (won't scratch parts) and a vice for the sturdy bike components.

Along with recommending repair tables, what would be good table mounted tools that either come with the table ... or can be mounted onto a bike repair table?
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