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Old 12-07-2018, 08:19 PM   #1
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Any of you guys came up with a DIY solution for the packout parts container dividers? I saw a Facebook page where a guy 3d printed some but he wouldn’t commit to actually selling them or not. Trying to find a better solution to carry nuts/bolts/ general fasteners and would like the big packout organizer if if had dividers
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I've only seen a few of the items they have on that line, and I think it is a good idea, but a failed one. They don't have enough flexibility with their dividers. I am using the DeWalt items for our vans and I can adjust the dividers in them left, right, up, down. But the Milwaukee ones seem to have better latches and a bit more heavy duty.
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I've only seen a few of the items they have on that line, and I think it is a good idea, but a failed one. They don't have enough flexibility with their dividers. I am using the DeWalt items for our vans and I can adjust the dividers in them left, right, up, down. But the Milwaukee ones seem to have better latches and a bit more heavy duty.
Dewalt seems to have a pretty good setup but I already have a lot of packout stuff and it’s hard to justify paying for the switch
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Dewalt seems to have a pretty good setup but I already have a lot of packout stuff and it’s hard to justify paying for the switch
If they would change the way they have their partitions set up, I would spend the money to change over to them.

At this point, I think DeWalt has a superior product.
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