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chieflittlehorse

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Post Sun May 27, 2018 4:30 am

New Items I bought

So recently I bought a Mechanic's Roller Seat with 3 Drawers made by Pittsburg, I'm thinking of using it for automotive locksmith tools such a steering wheel pullers, compression plate tools, and door panel tools. It even has two folding side areas that are magnetic. You can put your metal coffee mug there so it'll stick around, lol. Image

The second item I bought can go by two names depending on where you buy it. It was selling at Walmart for around $25 but now jumped up in price so I bought one thru Ebay for $24. It's called the Stack-On 20" Step 'N Stor Tool Box or the Step N' Stor Tool Box. I was surprised when I got it because the pictures made it look smaller than it actually is and it has quite some room for storing tools. I was thinking of using it if I have to work on a door closer installation but it'll also be useful just to keep in the van as a seat when cutting keys. It has plenty of room to store boxes of key blanks inside too.

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One more item I wish I had bought a long time ago but got talked out of it by someone who said I don't need it is a product by Lasko. It's called the Lasko Power Toolbox. It has a detachable extension cord with outlets. I saw it at Walmart a long time ago but is not available no more. :( I like the idea behind it though.

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So if anyone else have any great products they like and use please let me hear or see your ideas. I'm heading to Walmart this Sunday in search of some good products.

Thanks!

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GWiens2001

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Post Sun May 27, 2018 6:08 pm

Re: New Items I bought

I’d recommend a foam knee pad. Especially for this who are youth-challenged.

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bitbuster

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Post Sun May 27, 2018 6:25 pm

Re: New Items I bought

GWiens2001 wrote:I’d recommend a foam knee pad. Especially for this who are youth-challenged.

Gordon

Nice.......'youth- challenged' :D
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chieflittlehorse

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Post Mon May 28, 2018 3:06 am

Re: New Items I bought

Yeah, too late guys. I bought two of those blue knee pad products at the Q-Bargain store.

I keep one in my regular tool box, and the second I was going to put with the mechanic seat but have to cut it smaller.

Yes, we have to take care of our knees. I hurt my knee for 3 weeks after falling off my skateboard (trying to relive my youth), but we don't recuperate as fast anymore. :(
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ghost_os

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Post Sun Sep 09, 2018 8:27 pm

Re: New Items I bought

There's a Lasko Power Toolbox ("hardly used") on eBay right now. $60 with a "make an offer" option. The only thing is it's local pickup only in Pepperell MA. Maybe you know someone near Pepperell who would be willing to pick it up for you and ship it?

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