mine are hung up on a big piece of plywood in my garage with screws as the hooks. could've gotten peg boards for free since i know someone who manages a store. the wood will do for now though. i painted the wood black then used a pencil to write down the socket/wrench sizes and hang em up.
pic coming soon.
my biggest problem though is hanging them back up after i'm done.
Wow, congrats lol. I know this thread is about toolboxes but that reel setup must have been a few thou? I've got a REELCRAFT 300psi 50' 3/4" air reel that was in the $700 range, and that's just air/water.
Thanks!! It comes in handy, more so in a larger garage, most of the time its difficult to roll around, but still serves a great purpose of keeping everything I need to detail in one spot. If your on a budget and its not a heavily used cart hit harbor freight for a cheaper one. or the ding and dent center at sears, that's where I originally got this one when I was 15ish
I finally got my garage cleaned out and my new craftsman 56" top box set up. You can see my old little toolbox on the right that is completely overflowing with parts. Now I just have to organize everything into the new box
A new idea that may be fun. Just go outside, into the garage, out to the shop, dowstairs, whatever it maybe. And take a pic and post it! It is that easy!
Here is mine in the in laws drive way with a fresh coat of wax. I need to buff some winter scratchs, but the wax helps until the weather...
Sorry if this isn't allowed, but this is by far the best produced and coolest automotive Youtube video i have seen in a long time... oh and its about the GT500
I don't own the content and i didn't make it, just wanted to share with y'all!
hey, been a long while since my last post! been creating youtube content once again lately and wondering if anyone else here is in on it as well.
anyhow, link to my channel. i make videos atleast every weekend