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Old 09-13-2009, 11:53 PM   #21
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Old 09-14-2009, 03:45 AM   #22
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did some one say tools and girls?

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Wow, those cost a LOT of money. What benefit do you get over the $30 toolbox linked in the first post?
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Wow, those cost a LOT of money. What benefit do you get over the $30 toolbox linked in the first post?
Those look like the same tool boxes that Klein sells, just not red.

Yeah, they're way over priced.
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Those look like the same tool boxes that Klein sells, just not red.

Yeah, they're way over priced.
You can't claim something like "durability" as a benefit because you can buy 4 of the high strength boxes in the first post for the same price.

So I just can't see why those $130 tool boxes are worth it unless they have special features.
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