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Discussion in 'General' started by roadie1389, Jan 3, 2018.

  1. bdm7250

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    I'm gonna stop by and rearrange everyone of those bits, then you'd never be able to find the one you need..:oldlaugh:
     
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    Well, when my box was smaller seemed like I had more stuff. Now the box is bigger does not seem as full.

    Now if I can get Matt to send me a BDM sticker.....

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    How many of you cleaned your drawers before you took the picture?
     
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    Well considering the thing is new, I would say it was clean. I do need to go back and clean all the wrenches. I forgot to clean them the last time I worked on the bike/cars.
     
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    Isn't it hard to pull spark plugs with a Crescent adj. wrench?:)
     
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    Ain't happening broham, just get u a sticker from Donna or you will never have one on that box.. all 3 of my boxes have em. Lol
     
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    After seeing this thread several times, I had a few thoughts. I've always heard Snap-On Tools were good. But, for me, I started collecting tools when I turned 16 with a 1000 piece Craftsman Set from Sears and still have all those sockets, wrenches, metal hand saw, etc and none of them ever broke. Over the next 40 years, I collected tools as needed for projects and I have tools all over the place (In the garage, shed, boat house, attic, etc). I would like to organize my tools but if I did I wouldn't be able to find them! I moved a tire changing tool once to a spot I thought made sense and then I couldn't find it for a year and a half! I was looking for something else and there it was in the outside shed standing up in plain sight next to the freezer with the brooms, mops, etc. I think if I were to build a tool shop, I could organize everything which would be awesome. I've also bought tools from Harbor Freight as needed and if they break or become useless, I replace them as needed when they in my mind "Snap Off" if you know what I mean. Now that I think about it, I did buy a specialty socket for a Triumph Daytonal 675 from Snap On and I think it sits in the tool chest with the rest of the sockets.
     
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