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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-25-2018, 09:57 AM Thread Starter
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I remember my dad having one of these when I was a kid, the thing lasted forever.

I'm sure some of you remember them too:

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I'm in for a couple, figure I'll keep one in my pickup. For $12, WTF?


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Those things are great but not quite indestructible. I had one in a saddlebag of my Skidoo that only lasted a season or so after the constant jostling made the tools wear right through it. Still a great little way to pack some small tools though. I'm sure they would last longer on a street bike.
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I've got quite a few of them over thirty years. Only thing I noticed, I washed one and green dye disappeared, now yellowish duck colored.

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Yep had a few of them, still do sturdy little buggers. Always found them to be a pain if you use them every day. The tool you want always ended up on bottom had fish it out. Side pockets never worth using. Good go bag if some one calls needs assist on side of road.


Kept one in bottom of Corvettes tool bin where jack is. Damn water puddled in bottom ruined it rusty tools.

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Besides tools I bet it would make a dandy range bag. Not that I need another range bag, seems every gun show I ever went to I always found a dandy range bag to bring home.
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