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    Your Choice Of Tool Storage

    Would like see some pics of everyone's choice of tool storage fully stocked and organized, just wanna see how everyone does it.

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    Stanley toolboxes with pouches holding individual tools.

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    Each pouch labeled what's in it.

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    Way more organized that what I got.
    Got my service pouch and my what I like to call my "tinner" pouch. Then of course the 2 most important things drill and radio. Keep my meters separate and also few other misc. tools, bar folders, plum bob etc.

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    "tinner" pouch top pouch is 1" 1/2x 1/4" next is 3/4"x1/4" then tools then 1/4"x1/4"

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    When you marry a teacher, it rubs off on you. My wife is major OCD when it comes to being organized and she helped come up with the idea actually. She should really quit and be a professional organizer!

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    I'd say or just contract out to organize people's tools! Ha

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan1088;

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    Each pouch labeled what's in it.

    Where did you get the pouches? They look like bank deposit bags!
    I'm thinking this hvac stuff is just a cover for your "Real" career...

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    Haha never heard them referred to as that but ill take it as a compliment!

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    Quote Originally Posted by koolkahuna View Post
    Where did you get the pouches? They look like bank deposit bags!
    I'm thinking this hvac stuff is just a cover for your "Real" career...
    Haha, money laundering....yes! Actually you can get them at Home Depot near the tool bags. They are called document holders and they only cost 3 bucks each. Have a divider and all in the middle and everything. I've beat the one with the punches in it pretty bad and it didn't rip. Actually I threw it off the top of a WIC....

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    Huh I do love the heavy duty leather pouch. Thought about a one of those "veta pro" bags or whatever but they seem pricey.

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    I carry my tools in the veto lc bag.

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    Mainly service I bet with that veto? What does one of those weigh roughly when all loaded up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ryan1088 View Post
    When you marry a teacher, it rubs off on you. My wife is major OCD when it comes to being organized and she helped come up with the idea actually. She should really quit and be a professional organizer!
    I am also married to a teacher. Her organizational OCD drives me nuts but its nice when I can't find something and she knows right where it is. It must rub off on me when It comes to my tools because all of my stuff is organized.

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