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JAG1

Snap On tools are the best

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1 minute ago, Mopar1973Man said:

I should take a picture of my toolbox full of sockets. The two red box were my old toolboxes that a gave away to a friend but the tools all went into the black Husky. I'll have to shot a picture of the top of the box. I love this toolbox it just tall enough that I can roll it over to the front of a truck and sit on the radiator support.

 

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Id like to make or buy one of those work carts that you roll over the engine bay and lay on top of.

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No bash here.... as I have some Harbor Freight contamination in my tool box. I think it might be wise to buy the more expensive grade at harbor freight if two grades are available.

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4 minutes ago, JAG1 said:

No bash here.... as I have some Harbor Freight contamination in my tool box. I think it might be wise to buy the more expensive grade at harbor freight if two grades are available.

If I was going to use it every day I might consider a higher quality model.... same with hand tools. I have a craftsmen tool box and the majority of needed hand tools that my Grandfather gave me for my birthday. Couldn't be happier with the set.:thumbup2:

26 minutes ago, Mopar1973Man said:

 

Topside creeper... 

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Think I could weld something like that for cheaper than a Harbr freight model?

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Might be able to make it clear the fenders better too, with another bend.

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