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08-10-2006 04:59 PM
njbloodline666
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Originally Posted by schnitz
Depends a lot on what you are going to be fixing, and the temp in the garage while you are wrenching. It may be Miller Time before you ever open the lid....


In a while, Chet.
lol i hear that
08-10-2006 02:19 PM
schnitz
Quote:
Originally Posted by 428ho
At the end of the day, when you close the lid...

Depends a lot on what you are going to be fixing, and the temp in the garage while you are wrenching. It may be Miller Time before you ever open the lid....


In a while, Chet.
08-10-2006 06:10 AM
428ho At the end of the day, when you close the lid...
08-09-2006 08:39 PM
njbloodline666 i dont have an actual pic of my box and i am in the process of moving it, the top half is in my garage, just moved it today, but the bottom half is at my old job but i got some pics from the website, i will post some real pics when i get them
08-08-2006 04:37 PM
weirdbeard This is my SS secondary tool box full of duplicate tools PS Dont tell my landlord I was welding in the house.
08-08-2006 04:35 PM
Rob Keller my tool box rolls ,

the two lids close

and

I can walk though it .

I even have a lazyboy inside.


R
08-08-2006 11:24 AM
malc Check these toolboxes out in stainless steel, and the prices.
08-08-2006 10:53 AM
powerrodsmike
Quote:
Originally Posted by 1931 steve
Here is my tool box and the magnet that says it all. Sad thing about it is it doesn't hold the most expensive tools

Steve
Those matco boxes are really nice strongest boxes I have ever seen. They make the snap on stuff look cheap.

I was going to buy a trade in real similar to yours that my matco guy was selling but I thought it would not fit my personality. (it would have made me look organized, not like me at all. hahahah)

Later, mikey
08-08-2006 10:21 AM
michelobmike2004
tool box

it is a husky tool box ($800) with a snap-on sticker. i save money on the box and buy snap-on tools. i also painted everything red to match.
08-08-2006 09:51 AM
1931 steve Here is my tool box and the magnet that says it all. Sad thing about it is it doesn't hold the most expensive tools

Steve
08-08-2006 09:17 AM
powerrodsmike
Quote:
Originally Posted by solidaxel
I just wanted too read all the decals on the tool boxes, and how many are able to close the top lid? No fair moving anything!!
I close the lid on mine every time I pull down the big door in front of the building.

decals....
Here is a better pic of my old top box. The strip of reflectorized decals on the third drawer down are the little year stickers that you put on your license plate.

I don't put them on my car when I renew.
I drive around with the sticker in with my registration and ins papers.
If I don't get pulled over all year, and told to put it on, it goes on my toolbox. Like teacher giving me a little gold star for being good

I have them going back to 1979., not a complete collection of course, but quite a few.(and a few are on my OLD box at home)
Anyone else do that?

later, mikey
08-08-2006 06:31 AM
428ho
Quote:
Originally Posted by solidaxel
I just wanted too read all the decals on the tool boxes, and how many are able to close the top lid? No fair moving anything!!
I can close the lid on mine
But I have to use a stool to see in the top of the big Craftsman.
How many of you have to do that?

Little red box has a sticker on the lid I put on when it was my job tool box. When you close it, you read; "Welcome to Miller Time"
08-07-2006 08:39 PM
weirdbeard You have done something wrong! WRONG!
08-07-2006 08:31 PM
hunt101 Well heres my little toolbox I have right now. Unfortunatley that is ALL of my tools. I bring this box to and from work every day. Heres a basic rundown- basic handtools, stick welder (pawn shop find), and a few other small things. Also take note of the amazing lack of "speed part" stickers. I am slowly adding to my collection but at least I can sey they are all mine .
edit-still cant figure out how to make an image appear
08-07-2006 08:15 PM
solidaxel I just wanted too read all the decals on the tool boxes, and how many are able to close the top lid? No fair moving anything!!
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