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Old 10-13-2009, 04:59 PM   #1
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I use a standard 18" toolbox and try my best to keep it organized, however at the end of my turnaround my box starts to look like a mess. Does anyone have any ideas on something I could put inside to keep nutdrivers and scredrivers organized?
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Pick up the Klein canvas zipper bags. Nut drivers in one bag, wrenches in another, whatever in another......
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Pick up the Klein canvas zipper bags. Nut drivers in one bag, wrenches in another, whatever in another......
I agree.
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Does it seem like you are wasting a little of time using those or actually make it worthwhile?
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I use a standard 18" toolbox and try my best to keep it organized, however at the end of my turnaround my box starts to look like a mess. Does anyone have any ideas on something I could put inside to keep nutdrivers and scredrivers organized?
get rid of the box. get a bucket. you'll be glad you did.
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Can't take a bucket on a plane
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