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    Bolts, Nuts and Washers

    What do you use to store your assorted types of Bolts/Nuts/Washers?
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    Mostly plastic bins from Horrible Fright:
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    Pockets, tool box, window sill, glove compartment of truck, etc. Actually I have a set of small metal drawers used in the parts department for stocking small parts. It has been in the garage for 26 years now and not really set up the way that it should be. Another project that I need to work on. There are a lot of good storage methods on the market. I believe that if you get your wife busy on the google machine you will find what you need. The ones that I have are rugged and will last forever, but probably not as handy as is available now. Because I know how busy Mrs. Gizmo is, I have started the search for you: http://www.equipto.com/pdf/Modular%2...20Cabinets.pdf
    This is the brand that I have. It is an old time company, but probably a bit on the expensive side. Kind of the John Deere of parts storage.

    ...or, you can go the same way as Kenny, who is much quicker on the draw than I am. I like the Horrible Freight visible storage, better than my drawer setup.
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    5 gallon bucket, and just throw all of them in. It's fun to pick through them to find the right size, length, etc. I can see a game show coming in the future where contestants have a certain amount of time to find a 5/8 x 11 hex head bolt, grade 5, inch and half long, full thread, two 5/8 x .063 thick lock washer, a 5/8 washer, and a 5/8 x 11 nut. The show will be hosted by that food guy Guy what-his-name. Looking for ideas for show's title.

    Sorry, I couldn't resist. BTDT type thingy......
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    The boxes they came in, and those cheap multi drawer storage bins you can get at any hardware store....must admit, spend a lot of time looking for the right item, when needed.
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    Pockets, tool box, window sill, glove compartment of truck, etc


    Who said anything about spending money?
    I like Kenny's idea but in my environment babycakes would have them filled with saw dust.
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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Mo View Post
    5 gallon bucket, and just throw all of them in. It's fun to pick through them to find the right size, length, etc. I can see a game show coming in the future where contestants have a certain amount of time to find a 5/8 x 11 hex head bolt, grade 5, inch and half long, full thread, two 5/8 x .063 thick lock washer, a 5/8 washer, and a 5/8 x 11 nut. The show will be hosted by that food guy Guy what-his-name. Looking for ideas for show's title.

    Sorry, I couldn't resist. BTDT type thingy......
    Ditto; only I use a 1 gallon bucket, one for bolts/nuts and one for screws...that way I can dump the whole thing into an old plastic dishpan, grab the longest bolt/screw and sort through the mess to find what I want.
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    I have Equipto Industrial Steel drawer cabinets, each unit is 4'x4'x20"deep, 7drawerswide and 7drawers high all drawers have adjustable slides inside to make the size of bin inside the drawer to the size u need. I also have and assortment of Lawson Product Drawer cabinets for small screws , fasteners, electrical connectors and such

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    Quote Originally Posted by T-Mo View Post
    5 gallon bucket, and just throw all of them in. It's fun to pick through them to find the right size, length, etc. I can see a game show coming in the future where contestants have a certain amount of time to find a 5/8 x 11 hex head bolt, grade 5, inch and half long, full thread, two 5/8 x .063 thick lock washer, a 5/8 washer, and a 5/8 x 11 nut. The show will be hosted by that food guy Guy what-his-name. Looking for ideas for show's title.
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    It might be called Concentration because once you've gone through the entire bucket and can't find the exact replacement, now it's time to remember where on the floor is a bolt that "might" work?
    The method has many hidden benefits:
    1. Saves money & trips to town
    2. Strengthens memory & dexterity skills
    3. Strengthens compromising & evaluation skills.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PaDave View Post
    It might be called Concentration because once you've gone through the entire bucket and can't find the exact replacement, now it's time to remember where on the floor is a bolt that "might" work?
    The method has many hidden benefits:
    1. Saves money & trips to town
    2. Strengthens memory & dexterity skills
    3. Strengthens compromising & evaluation skills.
    Not to mention it's a good patience test. I usually flunk that part.
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