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    Storing your secondary tools, and hardware. Plano 7771 tackle box

    One thing I've always struggled with, is my secondary travel box for my marine hardware such as bolts/nuts/washers, crimp-clamps, etc... the crap just ends up everywhere but organized.

    I remembered that when I went to school for electronics, we were using tackle boxes for organizing all those little resistors, etc... so why not hardware? I found this monster tackle box on Amazon. They sell replacement trays, etc... It's not locking, but it's plastic, so no big deal.
    http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_no...rds=Plano+7771

    Apparently, they have many different companies, and sizes to match whatever needs you have... I'm used to the old fold-out tray, tiny boxes. I was blown away.

    I don't think it will take abuse, like a metal box, but with a little care, it should keep my stuff in better order.
    Here is a short list of everything inside:
    -soldering iron, solder and stand
    -fluke 77 dmm
    -many types of specialized pliers/cutters.
    -many types of rivets.
    -many types of crimp-clamps
    -drawers of M4-M10 SST hardware, and specialty hardware.
    -Prop removal tools.
    -bolt/nut sizing guide.










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    Very nice!

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    If that's your secondary set of tools and extras, I'd like to see the main set.

    You ride well prepared. Kind of like a small service shop.

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