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#1 posted 01-12-2016 07:55 PM

I do not have a garage and shop. The garage was long ago turned into a play room. I use 5 gallon buckets with bucket buddies to keep a lot of my hand tools in. One bucket is for electrical tool, another for plumbing, another for general grab and go jobs (and a place for duplicate and triplicate tools). These work well for the common tools. But i do find I have duplicate tools to help minimize the back and forth from the far side of of the shop to work area. Harbor Freight 20% off coupons make it easier to have 2 sets of wrenches, etc.

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