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Old 05-31-2012, 11:12 AM   #41
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What type of straps do you think are in use on that ladder rack?
I wonder why there is a stop sign on the racks..
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I just noticed the stop sign.

Can only imagine what the inside looked like. Hope he wasn't hurt too badly (there's no way he wasn't injured, is there?)
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It is just some 1" PVC pipe cut up and glued together.

If I make another one it will be with schedule 20 plumbing pipe to make it lighter, might even drill a bunch of holes in the pipe. That is about 15' of 1" PVC I have in my bag.
I used plastic golf club tubes in my tool pouch...very light weight.
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I just noticed the stop sign.

Can only imagine what the inside looked like. Hope he wasn't hurt too badly (there's no way he wasn't injured, is there?)
Yeah he said no one was hurt.
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You gotta be an apprentice...

At least he has some flashy tools
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Since you are a helper, just put the hammer and chisel in there for now and carry the shovel.

Funny, I have yet to do any of the above.
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Just busting balls, get used to it in the trade.


Have you seen the "Tool Bag" thread? Tool Bag Photo's

I have no use for the type of bag you have, for me it is imposable to organize it. About the best I think you can do with that is buy a bunch of the smaller Klein zipper bags and have one for nut drivers, another for wrenches etc.

I am mostly service now so I use an open bag, this is mine.





I installed a PVC pipe holder in it, this means I can see at a glance if I am missing a tool and I know just where to reach to get what I want.

Those scissors are kinda gay.
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At least he has some flashy tools
They look along the lines of "commercial electric". But I could be wrong.

No, actually I'm not wrong.
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