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Old 03-25-2011, 06:03 PM   #11
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I bought this one for my small truck toolbox about a month ago.
It works well, holds alot of stuff.
Drawers lock when the lid is closed. Drawers are nylon slide type, not ball bearing roller guides, but for about $49 bucks, you're not going to get roller guides.
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Old 03-25-2011, 06:19 PM   #12
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Im tellin ya, this is more than handy!

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Im tellin ya, this is more than handy!

It sure looks it but I think it is not very "professional" looking for IT service. JMHO.

I do see similar set up to this a lot in our construction sites and they work great.
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It sure looks it but I think it is not very "professional" looking for IT service. JMHO.
Since when are IT geeks professional?
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Since when are IT geeks professional?
OUCH!!! LOL FYI I also worked in IT for 10 years...software side though.
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I have something like Lon showed and I use it around the house all the time. Fits a full size drill, hammer, screwdriver set, socket set and multimeter with room to spare. Plus it's cheap and made of a heavy canvas so tools won't go through it.

Keeping it organized is the only negative, you have to put everything back in generic places. I'm used to my Air Force tool box that has perfectly fit slots for every tool. It makes staying organized a breeze.

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I did find a Kline one that I liked. It is over the budgeted price but I do know they make quality stuff.

I wear slacks and a polo to work every day. I may not tuck my shirt in because it makes my belly look bigger when I do that. But I do dress nice for work. I just don't do ties. first off I can't tie a tie and second you never know when your tie is gonna get sucked into the shredder and help it eat your face off like a pack of rabid chihuahuas.

I also have some small fine tools like the small needle nose pliers and small screw drivers. plus I need bigger tools as well. As well as testing equipment for PSUs and a multimeter.

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I got one of these as a present at Xmas. Yet to find a job it cant handle on computers
Looks like a nice tool kit, but it is missing the tool I normally use on computers.

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Tango,

Don't get anything like these from Stanley. I bought a large and small one and after a few uses the lids don't want to close without finageling them and they don't hold a lot of weight. They are sold at Lowes and WalMart.

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I did find a Kline one that I liked. It is over the budgeted price but I do know they make quality stuff.
Which one did you like? I know a Klein guy and he has made a ton of cash off my boys in the days gone by, he might be able to get you a good price.

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