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Alright i have done some searching around here but didnt find much. What do you guys use to store your cordless tools in (drill, saws, impact, ect.). I was thinking about this




But it could get heavy quick. But it would hold extra blades, bits, screws, and that stuff. Plus its $80 and i don't know if it would hold up to my beatings. So what do you guys use.
 

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Yeah well that didnt happen so thanks for the worthless answer.
I guess you don't read many
of the other threads here, so
FIY, that sort of response doesn't
win a lot of friends around here. :thumbsup:
In fact it's kind of an invitation
to give you a hard time. :whistling

You can only control the question,
not the responses.
 

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Doubleaction,
That looks liek it would work pretty good. Like you said though the only thing I would be worried about is the weight when its loaded. If you do a lot of outside stuff it may be the ticket you could just wheel it right to where your at. What I do is have stuff divided up, I never really bought one of the big cordless sets. I just gradually bought the tools separete. I have a bag for my cordless drills, another bag has my cordless sawzall and cordless circ saw. My cordless impact driver I keep in its case by itself. I have it setup so each tool has two batteries so I never run out of juice.


Dave
 

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I only have one cordless tool. It has it's own systainer.

That thing might get heavy but, who cares if it all fits.
:no: Another worthless response! :no:
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Go shake some sense into
Modern Style.
He's gone soft on us here. :w00t:

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I was going for the more professional look, trying to market myself more and more these day. I tried to change how I post to seem more professional, but then Yardboy started bragging about his big date, even though he didnt even get any stink finger .........
 

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:no: Another worthless response! :no:
:laughing:

Go shake some sense into
Modern Style.
He's gone soft on us here. :w00t:
Maybe it's just too hot to care. I tried to put some effort into a couple threads but, everyone else ganged up on the guy so I had to join in.


Anyways, I dont know why you would have a bunch of cordless tools without any cases.


I didnt even get to that yet!! ohhh stinky.
 

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It tells you everything you need to know about it except how much weight it can handle.

Here

All I know is there isn't a dealer within 120 miles of me.
 

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I figured Sears would have shown up in my search. I have one about 7 miles away, same with HD.
 

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I use the Stanley tool chest for my tools. It can fit my Impact, Drill, clamps, knee pads, hammer, extension cord, tool apron, and a 2 foot level will fit diagonally. I can fit most of my hand tools in the tray. My nail guns are kept in their cases, and everything else I hand carry in. I should probably get something like the Veto Pro Pac LC for my hand tools, so I have more room for my power tools. I also fly with this if I need to do work out of state.

 

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I guess you don't read many
of the other threads here, so
FIY, that sort of response doesn't
win a lot of friends around here. :thumbsup:
In fact it's kind of an invitation
to give you a hard time. :whistling

You can only control the question,
not the responses.

I have been a member of this forum for a long time. I have read many threads, i just don't find it necessary to post worthless things to get my post count up.
 

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I've got 4 of the Hilti Bags KTS showed, they cost about 50 bucks a piece, I wish they were a little tougher for holding my long concrete bits and such that are wearing out the corners.
 

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I've got 4 of the Hilti Bags KTS showed, they cost about 50 bucks a piece, I wish they were a little tougher for holding my long concrete bits and such that are wearing out the corners.
I save the sleeves that the bits come in to prevent this.
 
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