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08-17-2005 11:58 PM
WakBordr7387
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Originally Posted by coldknock
This would cover my tool storage needs.



Larry
Aww come on larry, thats it??
I figured for some of us that would just be one side of the garage, along with more along other wall. Of course with how I am, I would have all the room to store the tools in the tool box, but now put the stuff in the tool box because I leave everything laying around, so I can find it easier!


Brad
08-17-2005 09:12 PM
speede5 cut and paste from the ebay listing. saw it in motor trend but couldn't fing a picture in the snapon catalog
08-17-2005 08:05 PM
32vicky Speede5,
Out of curiosity, where did you find the picture? I realize that more than one of these tool boxes were built, but the location the picture was taken is a give away. Grand Prairie, Texas
08-17-2005 06:15 PM
coldknock This would cover my tool storage needs.



Larry
08-16-2005 10:30 PM
Fast Orange Funny story re"Strap-On" tools-
Had a co-worker who was a very straight-laced,by the good book,religious guy,who was extremely proud of his Snap-On box and the many shiny chrome tools it held.Another guy in the shop got married,following a slightly out of hand bachelor party.One of the gag gifts to the groom was a VERY large chrome vibrator.Of course,the mild mannered fellow wasn't at the party and didn't know about the "marital aid".Using a P-Touch labeler,someone made a label that read "Strap-On Tools"in a passible imitation of the tool company's logo,including a catalog number.Said "tool" was placed in good guy's tool box,hidden amongst his air tools when he wasn't looking.During good guy's next tool cleaning and polishing session ,he came across the unfamiliar "tool"and not recognizing it as one of his,proceded to walk it around the shop,asking the other guys if they were missing it out of thier boxes-all the while not knowing what the "tool" really was--Finally someone had to let good guy in on the joke and tell him what he was holding in his hand-Thank God he had a good sense of humor and laughed with the rest of the crew.

George
08-15-2005 09:44 AM
Beenaway2long
Quote:
Originally Posted by Fast Orange
I call it "Snap-on syndrome"-you buy tools, then a bigger box to fit em in,then more tools to fill the box,then a bigger box to fit em in, and on and on and on----
We all know theres no such thing as too many tools or too big a toolbox.
I swore that I'd never buy another box 5 years and 2 boxes ago-
Tools are for men what diamonds are for women-
Next box I buy better come with sleeping quarters and a head-

George


My name is Jeff, and I suffer from Snap-On Syndrome....

('Shaddup Larry, the Snap On MECHANICS TOOL, like Mac tool,,,,, not snap on in the lesbian sense......)
08-14-2005 11:21 PM
helrazr3 who said size does'nt matter?????
08-14-2005 10:17 PM
Fast Orange I call it "Snap-on syndrome"-you buy tools, then a bigger box to fit em in,then more tools to fill the box,then a bigger box to fit em in, and on and on and on----
We all know theres no such thing as too many tools or too big a toolbox.
I swore that I'd never buy another box 5 years and 2 boxes ago-
Tools are for men what diamonds are for women-
Next box I buy better come with sleeping quarters and a head-

George
08-14-2005 10:00 PM
schnitz I'll take 2....

In a while, Chet.
08-14-2005 09:10 PM
poncho62 That MIGHT hold all my junk................................
08-14-2005 09:06 PM
speede5
the last tool box you'll ever need

So once you buy your H2 to go get two bags of groceries you need a tool box for your combination screwdriver and that socket set you haven't got dirty yet. No foolin around for you. This suckers almost as big as the H2. 9 ft wide. If you quit your job you won't be storming out the door with your tools!

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