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    Re: HF tools that don't suck

    I thought about making the trek across the line to pick a couple up a few years ago, but I picked up the last Cdn. Tire ones at a good price so I'm pretty well equipped for toolboxes now.
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    Re: HF tools that don't suck

    I known3 or 4 guys who have replaced their boxes with these US General boxes, I would say that fir moat people they are good if not great, but for someone like me who hoards tool steels and heavy crap, they are not worth it. But for 99% of the population they are more than sufficient

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    Re: HF tools that don't suck

    Quote Originally Posted by whtbaron View Post
    I thought about making the trek across the line to pick a couple up a few years ago, but I picked up the last Cdn. Tire ones at a good price so I'm pretty well equipped for toolboxes now.
    See if Princess Auto still carries International.

    I got this side box for my drill bits six years ago. Pretty decent construction.

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    Re: HF tools that don't suck

    Their tool boxes disappeared a couple years ago and are slowly coming back. I think they changed suppliers. Between my big box and the small carts I've been putting everything on, I'm not really looking for more right now. There's an old Beach in the Waldo shed with a broken slide from the weight of my 3/4" SK set. Might have to pull it into the heat and put a couple roller slides in it some day.
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    Re: HF tools that don't suck

    I have the US General boxes. Only the bottom in the barn, but bottom, top, and two sides in the shop.
    Mine are the older matte non glossy finish.
    Had these and the 5 drawer carts for over 12 years. They have been amazing.
    This was the only finish available back then and they were really inexpensive for a heck of a box.


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    Re: HF tools that don't suck

    Just looked at my email and noticed the 7mil rubber gloves are down to a reasonable price on sale with a limit of 4.

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