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Old 10-23-2012, 06:17 PM
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Question On board tool storage ?

Anyone got any creative storage ideas for tool storage ?




The roof on my jeep is just like the roll bar ( really only there to look good )

my TOOL bag always gets wet and nasty


was thinkin ammo boxes but i like the squishability of the bag for obvious space restrictions
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water proof gear bags like Reuben has for his camping stuff?
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water proof gear bags like Reuben has for his camping stuff?
Reuben also has an ammo box for some of his camping stuff (small one)
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He has a bunch of different containers for lots of different things, but the ones I was talking about are the zip/roll/velcro rubber bags
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I run the rubbermaid boxes and swag off road aluminum hold downs then a small tool bag inside my buggy
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Old 10-23-2012, 08:27 PM
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aluminum lock box in the back of my truck. tools, spare parts, jacks, chainsaw, fluids you name it. then i have room for all my campin shit.

but its a fullsize thing
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lil red metal tool box ......
.....annd done.....


but thats from a toyota driver, we dont need as many trail tools as u jeep guys...

maybe tow a trailer full of tools n replacement parts....
kinda like a big jeep tool kit..



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i just toss a bunch of random shit in therem dont end up using any of it, sleep in the cab and sort the mess out on monday
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lil red metal tool box ......
.....annd done.....


but thats from a toyota driver, we dont need as many trail tools as u jeep guys...

maybe tow a trailer full of tools n replacement parts....
kinda like a big jeep tool kit..



hahaaaaahaaaaaaahaha
ahh i couldnt resist.....
toy driver's just need a trailer being towed by a ford,dodge,chev.ect.. to follow them around so they can be towed home.
couldn't resist.
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Old 10-23-2012, 10:49 PM
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seriously tuna ive seen some pretty cool tool storage ideas , false floor built in drawers and such . ive got some gooder ideas and we could others fab it for you.
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I use rubbermaids and ammo boxes.
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Ammo boxes are great keeps tools dry
But suck if you shut them at apex and then drive to the coast
Couldn't open the fucking things had to pry open with a screwdriver
Could hear the vacume when it opened
Rest gets tossed in with the empty
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How much stuff do you need to o to the mall ?

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Well if your looking for a durable waterproof bag this is what I use for kayaking... I got mine at MEC and brought them last easter trip at chehalis for dry clothes, worked great... should be good for tools too their pretty thick just dont throw a hi-lift on it
u could even hang em from ur rollbar
http://www.westerncanoekayak.com/pro...18236c68798b76
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I use rubbermaids and ammo boxes.
what this drop out said
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