Believe it or not, one of the comman questions I get is, how I have I set out (and what I have in) the blue tool box. For a long time you only saw half of it the top cabnet sitting on the benche before the floor was layed. It is not a fancy tool box picked it up at (mumble mumble) for (mumble mumble) dollars. I say (mumble mumble) cause I can't really remember where and how much I just know it is not fancy and cheap tool box.
I use to have a mix and mash socket set of cheapo and some good Alltrade sockets and drivers I have upgraded (well replaced) to Powerbuilt.
Cold chisles, tin snips, gibb saw, club hammer etc. I may put a shelf in this part to add more usable space and things.
I do plan on making holders for the spanners, socket set and maybe the screw drivers. This will tidy the tool box up a little and hopefully give a little more room for new tools. This will be a small woodworking project so watch out for that.
The cheaper SCA (Super Cheap Auto) tools. But since I do not do any heavy mechical work I am happy with this set.
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