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Old Jul 27, 2019, 03:19 AM   #1
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Default Lets see your shop or tool box setup!

I searched... didn't see a thread for this... :-\

So why not? Seeing as some of you do work on your own cars.. What kind of setups do you have to doing work on them?

Click the link.. should lead you to the gallery.. lol.

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Old Jul 27, 2019, 08:47 PM   #2
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What is the torque range of your 3/8 TW?
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Old Jul 27, 2019, 10:37 PM   #3
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What is the torque range of your 3/8 TW?
10-100ft lbs.. The one in the tool box is within 3% on 20-60-100. The one I have stored in the house is calibrated to within 1% on all 3 at those same settings. Same exact model torque wrench.
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Old Jul 27, 2019, 10:58 PM   #4
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Here are some of the tools. Work in progress, as they always are. Going to eventually buy the foam inserts to cut spots for tools. I'm waaaay out of space as is, and will be buying another tool chest soon. There are cabinets hung in the garage above the shelf that has more tools on top. Some of the drawers don't make sense for organization right now, and there are tools not in there, but here it is in it's current state.

















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Old Jul 28, 2019, 04:19 AM   #5
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Here are some of the tools. Work in progress, as they always are. Going to eventually buy the foam inserts to cut spots for tools. I'm waaaay out of space as is, and will be buying another tool chest soon. There are cabinets hung in the garage above the shelf that has more tools on top. Some of the drawers don't make sense for organization right now, and there are tools not in there, but here it is in it's current state.

Wow. Well, you definitely have a nice tool box. You are really out of room though? I just see a lot of wasted space. lol. There are more efficient organizers for sockets and such out there.


I have just one serious question though....

Is your tool box worth more than the tools that are in it? :-o
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Old Jul 28, 2019, 08:11 AM   #6
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Wow. Well, you definitely have a nice tool box. You are really out of room though? I just see a lot of wasted space. lol. There are more efficient organizers for sockets and such out there.


I have just one serious question though....

Is your tool box worth more than the tools that are in it? :-o
There's tons of wasted space, but that's ok. I like it nice and tidy and can just get another toolbox.

The toolbox was a gift from my dad. It was his personal tool chest for work, only it sat under covers and he never used it. He offered it to me to use and take care of. Which is why you'll never see me pack it full of tools and scratch it all up.

Only issue with it are the gas shocks are seized from sitting for 15 years. Ill get them replaced some day.
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Old Jul 28, 2019, 08:59 AM   #7
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Thats how tool boxes are supposed to be. Nicely organized so you're never "digging" through a drawer to find that particular wrench/socket/plier you need.

Wasted space? Pffft.. Looks great!
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Old Jul 28, 2019, 09:08 AM   #8
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Thanks. I now have tool envy.
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If I could get to mine, I could show you how messy it is. My garage has been overrun by small children, and all their crap.
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Old Jul 28, 2019, 10:00 AM   #10
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There's tons of wasted space, but that's ok. I like it nice and tidy and can just get another toolbox.

The toolbox was a gift from my dad. It was his personal tool chest for work, only it sat under covers and he never used it. He offered it to me to use and take care of. Which is why you'll never see me pack it full of tools and scratch it all up.

Only issue with it are the gas shocks are seized from sitting for 15 years. Ill get them replaced some day.
I can respect that. Keep that box shining. :-)
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I was going to post in here, but I could only get as far as the service counter and waiting room at my dealership. Not sure if they let customers out in the shop. Maybe I can snap a pic from the service/drive in bay next time I am there.

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lol. You guys and your highly arranged screwdriver drawer. The moment you slam one shut when you are crunching to finish what you were doing, effed i say... all effed!... lol

I have screwdriver drawers. It has screwdrivers strewn about because organizing them is futile.

I'll grab some photos of mine soon.
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lol. You guys and your highly arranged screwdriver drawer. The moment you slam one shut when you are crunching to finish what you were doing, effed i say... all effed!... lol

I have screwdriver drawers. It has screwdrivers strewn about because organizing them is futile.

I'll grab some photos of mine soon.
Yeah, it drives me nuts when it's not organized, but hard to keep it that way. It's a silly battle. I generally don't slam it shut, so that helps.

I plan to start doing foam drawer liners over the winter, one drawer at a time while I figure out exactly how I want the layouts to be. Then they'll never move again.
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I keep my tools in a heavy duty bag, nothing is organized. It's heavy as hell too.
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