I want to see your Tool Boxes

Discussion in 'Garage' started by AtomicHoe094, May 20, 2010.

  1. W8TVI

    W8TVI Senior Member Supporting Member

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    I just remembered I was going to take this picture and post it:
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    Got a matching Roll Cart for the "MotherShip" back in April..
     
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    Got to get my money's worth out of that mat. It was like 300 for that small thing. Power washed it Instaed and took some of the edges off too lol. I was thinking of getting a kiddie mat that has streets on it for toy cars lol
     
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    Resized_20170102_144412.jpeg got this lil girl a while ago. Does the job I suppose
     
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    All got you all beat!

    Take a look at my new tool box:
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    Even comes with a custom cart to roll it around with (the box probably weighs about 75 lbs by itself).

    It came with a bunch of sockets (99% made in the USA, and about half of them are craftsman brand).
    I think it use to be owned by a metal worker or electrician, and my dad thinks it about 50 years old.

    Best part?

    I paid $30.

    The guy was cleaning out a bunch of junk out of his garage to make room for his newer tools and work benches.
    (He also had a new looking GMC Yukon in the driveway).
     
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    Anyone ever use or seen “extreme tools” tool boxes?

    Statistically they seem better than snapon for 1/3 the cost... but I can’t find anyone that actually owns one.
     
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    New additions to my hutch

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    I hope that tool box isn't at your work, We had a guy about ten years ago that had a big Snap-on box with a hutch, Inside he had a desktop PC and would sit there and burn DVD'S to sell at work, and he wondered why they let him go.
    Go figure!!
     
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    Yea it is. Also have a pc, I play some games sometimes after the end of the day. I don’t get paid to play games. But. Sometimes when I’m not ready to go home hang out with soMe workers and get some game on.
    As far as burning and selling dvds that’s just dumb. I use mine to browse all data and Honda’s repair database. Oh also stream pandora
     
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