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In for a good deal on what looks to be a decent box.
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Just what I was looking for.
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Damnit SD, you've done it again. Spending all my money on tools and stuff.
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More Tactic Clearance link does not work

Thank you! working on it!
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I need to modify that tactix roller base to mate to my dewalt tstak system ... save a bundle. Hmmm ...... Tstak is a great system, but every item with wheels is WAY overpriced.
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I've been looking for a tool storage solution. Anyone with experience with this brand?
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I need to modify that tactix roller base to mate to my dewalt tstak system ... save a bundle. Hmmm ...... Tstak is a great system, but every item with wheels is WAY overpriced.
I was also thinking about modifying one of these roller bases for my Ridgid stacking tool boxes, the ones similar to your DeWalt Tstak. The Ridgid boxes are great but I usually leave them in one spot until I need to slide them out of my way for only a moment.
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I've been looking for a tool storage solution. Anyone with experience with this brand?
Considering every item has 1-3 reviews, I doubt you will find decent feedback. But, ya never know. You get what you pay for, but you might get lucky. It really depends on your needs, tools, how much you value your tools, your convenience, organization. I did my timing belt a few months back, and finally decided THAT'S IT, I need a good system. Wasted many hours looking for tools (that I just had in my hand). I'm on a mission now for the perfect system ... customized.
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I was also thinking about modifying one of these roller bases for my Ridgid stacking tool boxes, the ones similar to your DeWalt Tstak. The Ridgid boxes are great but I usually leave them in one spot until I need to slide them out of my way for only a moment.
Those deep tstak tool boxes weigh a ton, but I love them because I can fit EVERYTHING for the current job. Unfortunately, every solution begets another problem (like my back). nod I will find tool nirvana, I believe, eventually ...
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Milwaukee Pack Out is way superior. The stuff is cheapo grade
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Additional $5 off order of $35 or more if order is placed through Wal-Mart app. Automatically applied, no code.
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I've been looking for a tool storage solution. Anyone with experience with this brand?
These are priced like 75% off. You could always return them.
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Milwaukee Pack Out is way superior. The stuff is cheapo grade
Not familiar with that line, but it kinda depends on your needs. Not endorsing this line because I know nothing about it. I have bought some "screaming" individual tool deals from Walmart (off SD) recently, and I'm not impressed at all. That Hyper brand (can't remember). Will not repeat that mistake. Most of my stuff is Craftsman, and although they aren't as good as they used to be, they are perfect for the DIYer.

I understand those who use these type of tools for a living need to pay for REAL quality.
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