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Webby

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Hardwood66":2lw0hhs4 said:
For cool ways to store tools ? Sorry

Confused at this reply :?: :?: havent a clue what he means .....anybody enlighten me :D
 

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yeah, looks like Hw66 hit the submit button too early, so second post continues from the end of the first. does that make sense?
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i dont think it was a reply, i think it was an extension of post 1, with the picture in the middle:

Due to new insurance I can't have a tool wall I have to have all tools in locked this what I come up with so far any ideas for cool ways to store tools ?

Hardwood- there was a thread recently about tool storage. I will see if I can find it for you- it mentioned wall boards I think.
 

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Should be an "Edit" button bottom right of your post, for future reference. Don't worry about it though; some members never seem to find it. ;)

Few ideas here that may inspire you. Also a Google image search for tool storage, tool cabinet, and so forth is often useful.
 

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Thanks guys yea I have now found the edit button Will upload a pic of cabinet when it's finished
 

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All finished and on the wall
Under each plane are two magnets that snap them in place they are 2.5kg or something well worth the money

If life gives you melons you may be dyslexic
 
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