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#95076 - 28th Feb 2006 1:55pm After a decent toolbox for cheap?
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My brother has just started work at his new place. They sell toolboxs and tools etc and even have a stand at Maxpower.

If you've ever priced up a decent toolbox such as SnapOn they you know that a top chest will cost over £400 (I was reluctently going to buy one some time ago).

One of the products at my brothers company are StackOn, these are what he can get discounted IF we get an order of three interested

Spec:
• Galvanized steel, tread plate drawer fronts and panels
• Full extension, steel compound drawer slides
• Top chests include impact-resistant lid and end panels
• 3" swivel casters
• Overall dimensions: 23" x 13" x 49-1/4
ITEMS IN THE TOP TRAY ARE NOT INCLUDED



These are currently on eBay for £100 each, but if we get three people after them he can reduce them to £70 and he'll transport them to you (Saves you going to Crewe or paying postage).

Depot-Trading.com also has an aproved eBay shop with over 3520 feedback.

Would anyone be interested?
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#95077 - 28th Feb 2006 1:58pm Re: After a decent toolbox for cheap?
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OMG a CW group buy. this a first.
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#95078 - 28th Feb 2006 8:41pm Re: After a decent toolbox for cheap?
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so how much for the tool box

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#95079 - 28th Feb 2006 8:46pm Re: After a decent toolbox for cheap?
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All that you see there (minus the tools inside) for £70 mate, there £100 on eBay plus your saving postage if you meet my bro (Lives local)
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#95080 - 28th Feb 2006 9:04pm Re: After a decent toolbox for cheap?
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Is that the one in the pic if so i will give ya £70 for one. Two more to go lol
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#95081 - 28th Feb 2006 9:13pm Re: After a decent toolbox for cheap?
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Sorry I should have been a bit clearer.
Yes thats the exact one in the pic, its a top chest and rollcab. Comes how you see it with no tools.

Need three people to secure the price of £70.

So far we have
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#95082 - 1st Mar 2006 12:02am Re: After a decent toolbox for cheap?
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is the roll cab all steel???
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#95083 - 1st Mar 2006 12:20am Re: After a decent toolbox for cheap?
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Here is the eBay item (He sells them on there for £100)

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#95084 - 2nd Mar 2006 3:25pm Re: After a decent toolbox for cheap?
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Just to note, I got the Top chest yesterday and am impressed with the quality for the price. This would be ideal for a trainee mechanic as they cannot always afford the best of everything and at this price its a steal

Good quality, cheap and durable
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