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    Snap-On Classic 96

    Well, a couple of weeks ago I snagged a Snap-On Classic 96 cabinet off of Craig's List. I casually mentioned it to another member on here and he wanted to see. Here it is, I really like it.
    Attached Thumbnails Attached Thumbnails Snap-On 96 1.JPG   Snap-On 96 2.JPG   Snap-On 96 Drawer Labels.JPG   Snap-On 96 Files.JPG   Snap-On 96 Measurment.JPG  

    Snap-On 96 Pliers.JPG   Snap-On 96 Screwdrivers.JPG   Snap-On 96 Sockets.JPG   Snap-On 96 Wrenches.JPG  
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    Nice box! Are your labels stickers or magnetic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aaron View Post
    Nice box! Are your labels stickers or magnetic?
    PSA (Pressure Sensitive Adhesive) vinyl, they hold extreamly well, yet they can be easily changed. Please reference the "Label Everthing" thread.

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    So will you label and organize my tool boxes Randy? Very nice.



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    Nice Job Randy!! I got tool box envy...
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    That's really a nice tool cabinet Randy, I like how you got the tools arranged too.

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    Randy,

    If you added a mat, could the top of the box be used as a work bench?? Not talking of trans rebuilds, but light stuff.
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    That is a sexy box. I tried to organize the box in my service truck. Bouncing through creeks and fields makes it impossible. BTW you may want to check your spelling of "measurement". ;-)

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    Quote Originally Posted by WilliamBos View Post
    Randy,

    If you added a mat, could the top of the box be used as a work bench?? Not talking of trans rebuilds, but light stuff.
    You got it Will, there is a top mat on it now. I have plans to change it with smooth rubber as the mat that is on it has a texture I am not fond of. And yes, I use it as a workbench. This was an up-grade from a stacked unit, this is the way to go. I also added overhead flourecent lighting. Peepers are just not what they use to be.
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