When I bought this box to replace my aging, frankensteined-together Craftsman, I looked into several places online that sold the nice tool foam. The kind of stuff that you use a heat gun to fuse the bottom, contrasting-color layer to the thick foam after
Nice collection of pliers. Is that the Vice Grips brand or the Austrian brand. I forget the name
I can tell you this much about tools. The only way to get your money out of them is work it out, but working in this business means continually buying more tools. I’ve spent enough on tools to buy a new home, and that’s
The hinged cover does a great job keeping all the sockets and wrenches in place. I’ve never had a problem. Our box is “light enough to be removed by hand”, but “by hand”, in this case, meaning 2 guys lifting, each of whom is
Yea that’s right you filthy whore! God I love r/toolporn…
Three drawers total, top drawer contains full sets of Wiha Torx, as well as Metric and SAE nut drivers. Second drawer contains full sets of Bondhus Metric and SAE Allen/Hex drivers. Third drawer is all my phillips, flat blade screw drivers that are a
… thats a really good idea. Originally I kept them long and also kept the spare socket holders because I figured my socket collection would expand but now that I think about it in the last 6 years I havent bought any new sockets
That is pretty sweet. I am digging the color. My edc is a Leatherman Skeletool. Owned it for years and I was thinking about grabbing the black finished model, but I have become attached to mine.
Yes, in amazing shape! When I found it (yard sale) it was all original…just like in the picture. All I had to do was sharpen the blade. $5?! I paid 15! yes….only 15…I already had 2 offers for 150, but declined. It is mine
So much debt it one picture. I can’t say much, though. I’ve got a SnapOn box and a couple tools from them, but I’ve moved over to Matco, mostly because I can’t stand the SnapOn guy that comes to our shop so I refuse
Now that’s what I like to see. Stuffed to the gills! EDIT: Very nice collection you’ve got there! All top tier stuff?
Yes they are! They are my favorite despite having to send my 1/2″ impact in twice, but they replaced the whole unit the first time (motor would continue to wind down spinning rather than stopping abruptly after letting off the trigger.. still worked fine,
I started out eating the hackzall to cut the ends off of a couple of Carriage bolts, while improvising a fix for one of my garage doors. Performed flawlessly, and loved being able to use it one handed. The multi tool was used last
Mastercraft, and the Mastercraft Maximum line are good quality. With out Canadian tires crazy sales I couldn’t have started in my trade. All hand tools have a life time warrenty. The kid over counter get you your new one no questions asked. Unlike snap
Left Side Top to bottom; 1/2 sockets * Grey Tray – Metric deep and short * Red Tray – Imperial deep 3/8 sockets * Grey Tray – Metric deep * Red Tray – Imperial deep and short 1/4 sockets * Grey Tray – Metric
If you want a higher quality box at a lower price, check out [Lista](http://www.listaintl.com) cabinets. Better box than Snap-On and you don’t have to pay the snap-on name brand premium. I have several in my garage and absolutely love them. Many Mercedes/BMW dealers use
Score! I am finally getting to my grandfather’s box, a red Williams, filled mostly with SK and Williams tools. He worked on Buicks primarily, but there were always a few interesting things in the garage. I am currently working on a ’66 Volvo Amazon
LOL…I have two of these, one put together correctly, works great, the other…I found a bag of parts in a box for a friend having a Garage sale. I have tried, off and on, for TWO YEARS to find an exploded view…or risk taking
Thanks! I’m flattered. Of course! Can’t take too much credit, was inspired by the Studley Tool Cabinet. I tried to document the whole process of drawing / modeling the tools on the ShapeOko wiki: http://www.shapeoko.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=6&t=1756 Since then I’ve been trying to consolidate 3D models
Have one as well. It works surprisingly well after I flattened the sole on granite with sand papers. Did the same to the iron plus wet sanding. Actually use it quite a bit.
Woah nice I use half inch for everything I do mostly I’m probably gonna pick up a 3/8ths one maybe… I haven’t run into as many uses that the digital bit would be necessary for having on a 3/8 but meh who knows.
I used to have a few of these. I seem to remember I bought a new one in the 90’s. I used them a lot, too. I got a 7.2 cordless drill for my birthday and I bought a 3.6 cordless screwdriver the same
I haven’t used it very much; however I retrieved the original packaging! In my circumstance, an employee of a Machine Shop *(who doesn’t have alot of the correct tools for the machines)*, this will be a temporary solution for removing difficult access TORX-Plus fasteners