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socaldevin

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Post Fri Jul 06, 2018 10:03 am

Tool Organization?

This might not be the best place to post this but my question is for the working locksmiths out there: What is the hardest tool/s to find a good way to store them? For me it’s car door opening tools. I would love to heard what other people’s problem tools are and their solutions.
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mdc5150

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Post Fri Jul 06, 2018 10:46 am

Re: Tool Organization?

Tool storage isn't that difficult really. I have my stuff compartmentalized. I have a large tool box for the tools I don't use on a regular basis but are basic tools. I have a bank bag I keep my picks and bump keys in, I have a bag just for electronics with all the tools I need for working on that stuff, I have shelves for all the power tools, I keep my SDS drill bits in a bin by themselves etc.

The real challenge is storing things like oddball tailpieces, cams etc. I have a million plastic containers where I try to keep that stuff sorted out separated by some kind of category like SFIC and non SFIC.
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whizdumb

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Post Sat Jul 07, 2018 12:00 am

Re: Tool Organization?

socaldevin wrote:This might not be the best place to post this but my question is for the working locksmiths out there: What is the hardest tool/s to find a good way to store them? For me it’s car door opening tools. I would love to heard what other people’s problem tools are and their solutions.



A re-purposed Rifle Bag seems like a decent way to store your car opening tools.
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