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hahaha funny my buddy has that same box and just traded it in on a new snappy box...LOL
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Here mine, had to put a board on the right side because of my new coworker stupidity. He doesnt pay attention at all to my toolbox, i was **** off last friday when i cleaned it and had to do some touch up on it for the first time in 4 year (his been beside me for a month).
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a small garage starter to change the blend door on a cherokee and couldnt do the job so they trow everything in the truck and ship it at work. I never did a hvac unit on those before and the guy gutted the dash in piece, i wasnt to please to do that job.
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Here mine, had to put a board on the right side because of my new coworker stupidity. He doesnt pay attention at all to my toolbox, i was **** off last friday when i cleaned it and had to do some touch up on it for the first time in 4 year (his been beside me for a month).

and heres what i spend the day on

a small garage starter to change the blend door on a cherokee and couldnt do the job so they trow everything in the truck and ship it at work. I never did a hvac unit on those before and the guy gutted the dash in piece, i wasnt to please to do that job.

What?
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Sorry my main language is french so sometimes i have problem writing what i mean. There a new guy at work just beside me and the guy doesnt care about my toolbox so i had to put a cardboard to protect it. The last pic his from my 3D puzzle another shop sent us. The dash was all disassembled when i got the job with the bolts laying on the floor and i had to reassemble it after changing the plastic door in the ducting for the heater.
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My Craftsman chest I inherited from my dad, its seen better days.

My roll-around I bought for my last job.
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Mine are all over the garage in different containers but I know mostly where everything is.
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Lee ya gotta start somewhere man....I started out with the 80 craftsman basic set in that cheap azz plastic gray flip box that everytime you closed it and picked it up the socket's would fall out of their spots, so you got to organize metric and sae all over again when you opened it next time...LOL
i started out in the same boat, a christmas gift of a big box of craftsman sockets.. that always opened up and went everywhere, now they have found their way into a more permanent home.


I have a pic of my boxes, i can go take pics of each drawer though
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$750 for a ~$3,000 box.. as a first box, not too shabby
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^^Ferrari?
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lol my "tools" consist of a couple of socket sets and some mastergrip **** and a few oil filter wrenches .... once i move further away from my parents house i guess ill have to invest in some real tools as i need em ... air compressor and some tools for that are definitley on the list
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sorry to go off topic but is that a 308 or 208 GTB/ GTS?

heres mine...



yeah I get made fun off alot but they aint laughin when I can repair their car with it lol


naw Im just picking, I have the 119 piece Companion tool set.... yeah its jerry rigged with tape and cardboard to keep all the sockets from flying all over the place.... even though I know the order of them all by heart now

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sorry to go off topic but is that a 308 or 208 GTB/ GTS?
yep, '79 308 GTS, the Magnum PI car. it's my step dad's other car.

ok on with my tools. I've been collecting them over the past 4-5 years.












(oh yea, thats the 'special tool' i made for the stupid 98-00 PVH plastic snap ring )






then an empty drawer and the bottom drawer has an extension cord in it

here's my other box, HS graduation present


most of its contents have been emptied into the Matco box, but some stuff i don't think i'll need will stay in it. along with a few brewskies

random car stuff

and a 7 or 9" air sander.
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keystone ftw
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haha, its in the tool box.. not the fridge, i hate that ****.
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Here's the one in my truck(don't have a pic of the one int the garage):
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bedliner on the tailgate and not in the bed?
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bedliner on the tailgate and not in the bed?
Thats how I have mine. Someone gave me an entire bedliner for the truck, but I really dislike plastic drop-ins. So I just kept it on my tailgate, helps from keeping it look all torn up..
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the drop ins arent bad as long as you cut em so they arent over the bed rails ... thats what the prev owner of my truck did and it seems to be aight.
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Unless you need to use the tie downs, then they are a PITA
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My drop in is fine, even with using the tie downs. I just found my christmas present in my uncles garage lol, its a craftsman tool chest and rolling chest combo, I'm pretty excited now.
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well i dont have pictures of mine yet my mom just picked up a new box for my for xmass the 99 dollar on that was on sale on black friday got to start some where right now i have all my tools mixed in with my dads. lets just say his tool box is going to have less in it come really soon.


i will post pics of it once i get it taken out of the box its still in my moms car
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Unless you need to use the tie downs, then they are a PITA
thats why you cut holes so you can still get to the tie downs.
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i went and took mine out of the box last night but i didnt take any pictures
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i started out in the same boat, a christmas gift of a big box of craftsman sockets.. that always opened up and went everywhere, now they have found their way into a more permanent home.


I have a pic of my boxes, i can go take pics of each drawer though


$750 for a ~$3,000 box.. as a first box, not too shabby
sweet ferrari, my friend has an 83 308 GTS,and a 355
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Old 12-08-2008
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Wow I really need to reorganize my tool chest. You guys would cringe if you saw how "organized" it was. Ill take a picture on wed when Im home.
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