Garage bar improvements. Fireball in hot cocoa was my preferred poison of the day, though Eric made a dent in the Crown and schnapps.
How am I the oddball who loses an 11mm socket instead of 10mm?
Craftsmen, Air Tools
Craftsmen, Electric Tools
Craftsmen, Hammer and pry bar drawer
Craftsmen, Metric Wrenches. Gear wrenches in roll bag.
Craftsmen, SAE Wrenches. One roll bag with gear wrenches, others traditional.
Craftsmen, Automotive Diagnostic, Fuel Line tools
Craftsmen, Screw Drivers
Craftsmen, Marking and miscellany
Craftsmen, Staples/Rivets/Split Rings/Leather Punch
Husky 3/4", 1/2", 3/8" Drive socket drawer
The "bags" have silica beads in them. Seeing if this helps control condensation when we have big temperature swings.
Husky, 3/4" Drive breaker bar, 1/2" drive wrenches and extensions, electronic torque meter
Husky, 1/2" Beam torque wrench, 3/8 and 1/4" click torque wrenches, 3/8 drive wrenches and tools
Husky, Filter wrenches, brake tools, more automotive tools, chain tool
Husky, 1/4" drive wrenches and sockets, 1/2" 3/8" 1/4" Wobble extensions, very small wrenches (in tin), allen wrenches
Husky, One ugly drawer...we'll hopefully be working on this tomorrow. Fustrating the occassional condensation issues have drills bits looking like this.
Husky, Another ugly drawer for to continue working on.
Husky, Photo didn't come out, but one of bottom deep drawers is empty.
Husky, so plan for tomorrow is to get some plastic boxes to fit the hub puller and axle seal tool in to protect them from future condensation issues. I think that will fit in the bottom of the drawer with enough space to still have the trim kit above it.
These will move to the bottom of the Craftsmen, but I want to label them better and the label maker batteries were dead from being in a cold garage :/