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Old 11-14-2018, 12:03 PM   #81
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Nice deal on a hose reel. Not the best house but will hold 100’ of 1/4. Already have one in he trailer and will be picking up another for the shop

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I love how ridiculous Canadian Tire's "original" prices are.

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I love how ridiculous Canadian Tire's "original" prices are.

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HAHAHA yeah I seen a master-craft cordless drill set for $400 looked like it was worth 80 bucks
they do carry some 20v dewalt stuff and price match with beat by %10

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I love how ridiculous Canadian Tire's "original" prices are.

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Absolutely. If they get one sucker to buy it at full price it probably pays for the cost of the whole skid
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Packout set is $198 at HD... I'm tempted, a guy I work with has one and it seems great for lugging stuff.

https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.2...001076027.html

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Packout set is $198 at HD... I'm tempted, a guy I work with has one and it seems great for lugging stuff.

https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.2...001076027.html
DO IT! You won't be sorry, instead you will wonder why you didn't organize as such long ago. Buy at least two to three stacks. I find the "Large" aka midsized Packout to be the most useful. The clear topped one with bins is super handy too.
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DO IT! You won't be sorry, instead you will wonder why you didn't organize as such long ago. Buy at least two to three stacks. I find the "Large" aka midsized Packout to be the most useful. The clear topped one with bins is super handy too.
Is it too heavy to lift the whole cart into a truck when it's loaded with tools? I figure it just weigh a fair bit, and if I have to disassemble it each time, feels like it would defeat the point.

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Is it too heavy to lift the whole cart into a truck when it's loaded with tools? I figure it just weigh a fair bit, and if I have to disassemble it each time, feels like it would defeat the point.
If a ramp is possible that would be the best. Otherwise you will have to take them apart to lift. Mine are heavy, but I load them to the top for maximum space savings. Many of the boxes can be picked up a couple at a time though, just like Systainer's. Still being able to roll them about IS the best feature. Plus they are clean and make a great appearance to the customer. Seriously buy a couple stacks and try them. If you don't like them you will easily be able to resell them for little if any loss at the $199 price tag.
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Packout set is $198 at HD...
Yeah I saw that a couple days ago. I'm also very tempted, but it's totally unnecessary for industrial construction. Which means I won't buy and I might kick myself later for it.

HD has a 48" Husky job box in stock locally, and that's more tempting right now. I was looking at a Knaack box, but for less money the Husky looks nice. Gas struts, electrical pass through, can peel the stickers off so it's a straight black box.

HD also has M18 OMT, ROS, vac and Rover light for $88 each.
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black Friday has been a very red in color, I feel left out with my yellow and teal haha.

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I bought a stack, as well as the Milwaukee hole saw set for $49.

Have a ridgid stack currently. Need to decide how to set these up.


Plan to add a 15 or 20 inch packout tote and small parts organizers shortly.

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Good for me. I picked up a 9.0 and a price match Compact radius light from Home Depot
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Packout set is $198 at HD... I'm tempted, a guy I work with has one and it seems great for lugging stuff.

https://www.homedepot.ca/en/home/p.2...001076027.html

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I love how ridiculous Canadian Tire's "original" prices are.

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https://www.canadiantire.ca/en/pdp/m...6745p.html#srp

can get a cordless makita for this price
the return policy on tools at can tire is one of the worst in the country to say the least. I wonder why....
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where do you get the best price for dewalt chain saw... a cellular company on ebay... haha
DEWALT 20V MAX XR COMPACT 12 IN. CORDLESS CHAINSAW DCCS620B $178

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DO IT! You won't be sorry, instead you will wonder why you didn't organize as such long ago. Buy at least two to three stacks. I find the "Large" aka midsized Packout to be the most useful. The clear topped one with bins is super handy too.
What’s the regular price?
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What’s the regular price?
been $300 all year long.
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What’s the regular price?
They typically sell for US$279 a stack. Home Depot USA has them for US$199 a stack.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwauke...3663/303038736

HD also offer a killer deal on the large box (Which I consider the most useful) @US$56. I bought two more stacks of Packout's and tomorrow will buy three more of the large boxes, and maybe one or two clear tops although they are at full price.
https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwauke...8425/303005621

Now what to do with all the empty Ridgid boxes I am going have...


Give this a go and see what they say. I got an extra 20% off.
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