Skoolie Storage Rack build

Been wanting this since I left in August, but always thought it a luxury, rather than a necessity.  Now I want campfires, and to do that I will need a space to carry logs.  I have not carried logs up to this point because of the mess it makes, the bugs it brings in, and the space they would capture in my garage.  Now I can carry logs, an easy-access bicycle, a compressor, and any other large, disgusting or filthy thing I want to carry with me.

The project took a week to build, mainly because of daily shopping trips for steel and other supplies, the heat, mosquitos, and exhaustion.  I am very happy with the results.


7 thoughts on “Skoolie Storage Rack build

    1. I am very proud of my metal work, I am gaining lots of experience and confidence(much of it by trial and error). It looks pretty good as long as you don’t look to close at my welding. 🙂

  1. Looks great! You should sell those to your fellow schoolies for some extra beer money.

    1. Ha, except it made me sweat, and when I sweat I price myself right out of the market…. 🙂

  2. Well I think I made a comment and it flew away before I was ready. I was wondering about a bunch of little burned spots on your legs and also was wondering if it is supported by anything except just that back bumper? Wondering how much weight it will hold. That’s cool as school!!!

    1. Funny, I almost commented on the sparks, and my awesome protective gear(safety third – always) but I do have a nice brand on my forearm, thanks to resting it on molten metal. I am hardcore.

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