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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-04-2007, 10:26 PM Thread Starter
 
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post a pic of your favourite tool drawer

A bunch of us spend a lot of money on our tools as well as our bikes. I just want to see your favorite toolbox drawer. Show them tools off!!!


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post #2 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-05-2007, 05:44 AM

 
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i've heard of takin' pictures of wierd chit before.....


but wow.
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I'll have to wait until my garage is done for this...
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A bunch of us spend a lot of money on our tools as well as our bikes. I just want to see your favorite toolbox drawer. Show them tools off!!!


OCD much?

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LOL that is not the most organized drawer I got. Gimme til tomorrow and I'll show ya my organized drawer :-)
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I can't post a pic of that, it's against the rules of this site.

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This is the only tool I know


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OCD much?

Look out- there are a few wrenches loose in the corner!
Haha that's nothing... wait until you see how organized my joint is going to be when it's done.
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post #10 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-07-2007, 04:35 PM Thread Starter
 
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here is the pic as promissed. I was using the vise grip that is not in the drawer.

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post #11 of 20 (permalink) Old 12-07-2007, 05:29 PM
 
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Looks good.... are you using a drawer liner under the foam cutout? It looks like you weren't in the other drawer, either. In this case it's not needed to prevent sliding, but it would prevent scratches...
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I first laid automotive carpeting and glued it to the drawers with 3M Upholstery glue. It prevents scratching and also noise. The foam cut-out is placed over the drawers.
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I first laid automotive carpeting and glued it to the drawers with 3M Upholstery glue. It prevents scratching and also noise. The foam cut-out is placed over the drawers.
Excellent. I'm excited to have my whole OCD setup together once my garage is done.
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my tool drawers would shame me and ruin my reputation if i were let you even have a glimpse of them...


lets just say it takes me twice as long to do anything because half the time i'm looking for the right tool.

i asked for new tools from the 'rents for christmas... havent gotten presents from them in a while but who knows
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my tool drawers would shame me and ruin my reputation if i were let you even have a glimpse of them...


lets just say it takes me twice as long to do anything because half the time i'm looking for the right tool.

i asked for new tools from the 'rents for christmas... havent gotten presents from them in a while but who knows
Mine are anything but neat. I take them everywhere, and they have to fit in a box I can carry! Who cares if they get scratched- you can't protect them from that when you're working.

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Mine are anything but neat. I take them everywhere, and they have to fit in a box I can carry! Who cares if they get scratched- you can't protect them from that when you're working.
Using drawer liners will stop the tools from moving around every time you open and close the drawers, as well as protect the finish.
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Mine are anything but neat. I take them everywhere, and they have to fit in a box I can carry! Who cares if they get scratched- you can't protect them from that when you're working.
It's scratching the box that worries me not the tools. Once you scratch the drawer it is more prone to corrosion.
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It's scratching the box that worries me not the tools. Once you scratch the drawer it is more prone to corrosion.
Yup.
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Hey spaniard, these showed up in the mail today... brand new... got a great deal on them. Those aren't scratches... mostly my fingerprints



I think I'll just keep the other set anyways though. Good to have backups in case you break something during a time when sears isn't open...

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beautiful tools!
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