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Old 02-09-2015, 05:09 AM   #21
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Re: Stanley Fatmax Tstak System


Hi all,
Does anyone know if these are interchangeable with the Dewalt Branded boxes? I have just ordered some new Dewalt Toys and some Tstak boxes. I already have several trays of the Stanley Branded units with screws and fasteners etc. No big deal if they're not. You can never have too much storage

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They sure look like they're the same to me..
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Call technical support or view the dimensions to see if they are in fact the same size.
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Hi all,
Does anyone know if these are interchangeable with the Dewalt Branded boxes? I have just ordered some new Dewalt Toys and some Tstak boxes. I already have several trays of the Stanley Branded units with screws and fasteners etc. No big deal if they're not. You can never have too much storage

Thank you.
100% compatible, there's dewalt boxes mixed in with my pics on page 1
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Thank you all for your quick replies. Much appreciated. Looks like I won't have to re-organise all my boxes.
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I think the best part about the tstak system is you can get drawer units for super cheap (compared to sortainers anyway). With ball bearing glides and a nice positive catch on them too.

Versus $150+ for a sortainer with pretty cheap feeling drawers.

Wonder if there's a way to integrate them with t-locs...probably not worth the trouble
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I've lost count of my tstak boxes... somewhere around 40 ish and 10 or so of the tough box line.

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