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Old 06-15-2014, 07:35 AM
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Hi all, i hate when my tools not have a specific place, digging around in mixed boxes or drawers is a real time thief in My opinion

I will travel alot with My tools and needed to figure out how to keep My batteries in some kind of order, i started with a holder for My small bosch 12 v batteries and now have the same setup in the shop and pickup!



Next will be the same for all other batteries

Also did a quick holder for My quick change drill and the drills i mostly use for rivet jobs, this kind of holders helps to see that all is back in place and also helps me to put in new stuff if something is broken!



By the way, if you not have a drill like this check out ebay and find one Boeing surplus and grab it before they all os gone!
They are totaly outstanding for rivet work and comes in different rpm models, this one is a 6200 rpm and you can figure out how quick it works :-)
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Old 06-15-2014, 06:57 PM
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You can find the quick change chucks at
www.yardstore.com
The quick change drill bits and drill stops are available on ebay
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looks good. I'm going to keep my eyes out for a drill and bits.
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