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I'm making a roll-around extension cord cart. One flat board 1 1/2" base with wheels attached. In the Center a 4x4" upright with hooks on it. Anybody made one of these, if so what is the best way to use my Pocket Hole Jig to attach the upright to the flat board, you know how to clamp the upright???  Thanks in advance, Bill in Las Vegas

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Maybe you could take cart you already similar to this design or make cart  like this.

www.google.com/search?q=build+a+roll+around+with+extension+cord+sto...

Here is an interesting cord manager I found in search because i'm interested.

http://www.cordpro.com/

I liked the cord pro  and did a review on this forum.

Oh I guess I wasn't quite clear, I wanted to make an Extension Cord Cart. I put this one together in about an hour and a half. I can plug bookoo things into it, it has wheels and is carrying 3 extension cords. My favorite project so far. Thanks all, Bill in Las Vegas

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