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Old 10-10-2006, 10:20 PM
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i bought a new box today

im so excited, i just bought a new box today. did u ever see the pic of the peterbilt dump truck on 6 snap on roll cabs. well i ordered one today in blue (krl1022), no not because of the picture...but because the snap on man gave me list price for my old box. ( i paid like 2500 under list for it) so i couldnt turn it down. i should have it by the end of the week well anyway im excited, goodnight.

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Old 10-11-2006, 06:15 AM
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Yeah.that's cool....Just remember...It's the tools in the box, that do the work, not the box..............
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No wonder the Snap On guy gave you list for your box...... This thing had to cost you a fortune

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Old 10-11-2006, 06:01 PM
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That must've cost tons...hehehehe, get it? Im envious, I keep my tools in a cardboard box


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No wonder the Snap On guy gave you list for your box...... This thing had to cost you a fortune

lol with the trade in, 20 bucks a week for 3 years. i ordered it yesterday, and while i was working on something, one of the other techs comes up to me and said your box is here. i thought he was kidding, but it really came. next day delivery....you cant beat that
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Ima steal Nightfire's cardboard box.

I keep my tools on the floor and a "clutter tree". The clutter tree is one of those rotating display stands from an auto parts store. It originally held hanging tools and blister packs. Covering the bottom of each of 4 X-shaped levels with sheet metal from old hoods yielded 32 places to pile stuff, from knee height to eye height. Fully loaded, it still spins easily. It just looks like crap because of my sheet metal welding skills. The parts store was tossing the display because it was too heavy and on casters!
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new tool box

I never tried parking a dump truck on my cornwell box at work, but I did park a cadillac on top of it a few years ago.Caddy rolled off the front of my frame machine and landed on tool box. box was never the same after that. It aint pretty but it keeps my tools off the floor.
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