This is a setup I did in a sys 4 systainer. It has a 15g angle, 18g brad, staple gun, 23g pin nailer, and fasteners for all above mention items It's very nice to grab one object and and have all your stuff. It also frees up your other hand for hoses, levels, etc.white_lightning said:Ya that's what was thinking. Just order and figure it out. I'm dreaming of a trim setup with my 15g angle finish, brad, and stapler. Either way I dont think it would stop me from purchasing. Thanks.
Yeah, they are a bit pricey. I have the festool vac though so it's nice to snap a few on top and roll it around.white_lightning said:Ahh I did do a nice setup like that in my TS case. I love systainers. I just can't get past the total cost. I figure for the organization I want, It would be a 1/4 of the price to go the tstak route. Tanos definitely has a greater selection. Do you use systainers for all your organization?
Bob,s Tool barn.An Amazon seller. But that was his last one. It will be here today.I will let you know if it works. I have been using the Bosch folding hand truck and the Dewalt 4 wheel dolley.No luck finding it any chance you could post a link.
I found this for you they have it in stockNo luck finding it any chance you could post a link.
It should be here today.Will let you know if is worth the money or not.Thank you. It looks pretty well made. One of the problems I'm having is no one stocks them locally. I would love to touch and feel them before buying. I do trust the you guys and the reviews.