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Old 02-12-2006, 04:56 PM   #1
 
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I'm building a lockable place for my , plasma cutter and 1 other large piece of equipment that I have.

I'm also putting a lockable door on the front of the shelving that I keep my grinders, drills, lights, sawzall, welding helmet and other small things of value.

But I'm wondering what are you guys doing about nuts and bolts? I have a 5 gallon bucket full of misc nuts and bolts that need to stored somewhere better. What are ya'll using as an organizer? I dont want those plastic organizers cause there flimsy and I need something strong. Ask OldGoat how heavy that 5 gallon bucket is??? He used it to mount his beadlock rings.

If anybody has any pics of what theyre using please post up.
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I use a bolt bin like the one from westlake or something. It works pretty good and hangs on the wall instead of taking up floor space. would also like to see something better though
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Check out http://www.garagejunkies.net/ there are alot of good ideas on that site for shops and such.



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check your local az there swicthing over to the cardboard holders for the nuts and bolts and throwing out the metal drawers.
thats where i got mine 4 freeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
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If you want quick and easy access to them in your shop try screwing the lid off a jar to the underside of your work bench, and put the nuts and bolts in it.
When you need something unscrew the jar and get what you need. simple and cheap.
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