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|07-11-2011 08:48 PM|
Originally Posted by planalp View Post
|07-11-2011 08:08 PM|
|Crazy Jake||I always wrap tools in a brand NEW white cotton T-shirt. I have used the T-shirt more times than the tools… once to bandage a nice cut.. (needed a new one) and once to take off my mud covered gear and slip the T on for a burger.|
|07-11-2011 07:43 PM|
Mine's 19-1/2" long. Don't know how I came to that length: just kind of held it up there and eyeballed it.
|07-11-2011 12:38 PM|
These are all some very good ideas, as well as the PM's I received. I'll be sure to let you guys know what I come up with.
One more question: Does 20" seem to be the approximate length you guys use when mounting the ABS tube up-front and low?
|07-11-2011 09:36 AM|
I have a pair of cheap cotton gloves ($1.79/pr) that I wrap around the stuff that rattles. Then I can wear them to protect my hands (or to keep them clean).
I also put my sockets in an old sock.
|07-11-2011 07:48 AM|
Originally Posted by Tom Schmitz View Post
|07-11-2011 12:42 AM|
|07-11-2011 12:16 AM|
|Cabrito||I have a wolfman tool roll that fits nicely in mine. I also use some small pouches that zip up.|
|07-10-2011 11:16 PM|
My stuff is in a couple of Viewtainers, and both are stuck in a sock so it's easy to pull them out.
|07-10-2011 11:05 PM|
It's hard to find the perfect tool wrap. I use one from Sears. I put too much crap in it to be able to use the Velcro straps around it when I get it rolled up, but I like all the little pockets in it for small stuff. As long as I'm careful sliding it in and out, I don't lose anything.
The sock is a great idea. I've heard other people just wrap their tools up in a towel or something along those lines.
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