I haven’t built it yet, but I have a scheme for one that I’ve been
plotting for a while.
Go get one of those wire-grid shelves from costco. The big $90 ones
with the wheels, that’re about 6 feet tall, by 24x48 or so.
BewaRe: the wheels are only good for 600 pounds total. I found
that out the hard way when trying to move this summer. Smashed the
wheels out from under three or four of them.
Build the shelf only half way high. (One pipe high, instead of two)
That’ll put the top shelf at about waist level. Put in another shelf
at the bottom, and a third in the middle.
Then get bolt cutters or a hacksaw, and cut out every second of the
long wires that make up the length of the shelves. That’l leave you
with a shelf with a long bunch of channels to hang hammers in, and
wheels under it. If you’ve got stakes, do the same thing to the
second shelf, and you’ll have somewhere to hang them as well. It’ll
be plenty rigid. If you don’t need it to move, skip the wheels, and
do the same thing to both sets of pipes that come with the shelf
unit. (building a pair of waist high units.) Alternately, you can
get new wheels for the other unit, but the wheels themselves run
about $90-125 for good ones. (ask me how I know that…)
Hope that helps