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More than the big contractor mobile tool boxes, the Stanley 033023R mobile tool chest focuses on the basics of life on the jobsite — that means you can haul it easily through the mud, and it holds a bunch of gear.

It includes an organizer bin, but Stanley had the foresight to make it removable, so it’s easier to load whatever you want into the 16”x24”x15” storage compartment.  Then you can haul the chest around by the retractable metal handle, without worries of getting bogged down in the muck with tiny wheels.

For $45 it’s not too bad a deal, especially if you’re tired of schlepping your tools across the jobsite.

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7 Responses to Stanley Mobile Storage Tool Chest

  1. Shopmonger says:

    A freind of mine had one of these… we beat the tar out of it… and it took the beating and never failed. great for mobing stuff from house to house doing small job sites.

  2. Bill Schuller says:

    Mine stores my camp kitchen. I built a removable shelf that holds the two-burner camp stove over the tablecloth and place settings, etc. As a bonus, the shelf has legs so I can set the stove atop the standard car camping picnic bench and bring the stove up to non-back-breaking height.

  3. paganwonder says:

    The camp kitchen idea is a real winner, keeps everything together and out of the weather!

  4. PutnamEco says:

    Re:
    paganwonder Says:
    The camp kitchen idea is a real winner, keeps everything together and out of the weather!
    ———-
    There are commercial options available for camp kitchens like the
    BeaverTree Camp Kitchen that would probably fit you needs much better.
    Or you could build yourself a chuck box (patrol box for the boys scouts among us) there are plenty of plans posted on the web, some of them are pretty ingenious.

    free plans
    //www.troop168.net/forms/patrolboxa.htm
    //remarque.org/~rob/t21/
    //369.columbus.oh.us/scouting.d/patrol.box.html

    commercially offered plans
    //scoutmaster.typepad.com/my_weblog/2006/07/two_patrol_boxe.html
    //blueskykitchen.com/

  5. PutnamEco says:

    Re:
    paganwonder Says:
    The camp kitchen idea is a real winner, keeps everything together and out of the weather!
    —————
    There are commercial camp kitchens available, the BeaverTree Camp Kitchen comes to mind. Or you could make yourself a chuck box (patrol box in boy scout lingo) Thier are plenty of plans on the internet.

    troop679.org/patrol_box_plans.html – Add h t t p : / / w w w .
    troop42.com/patrolboxes.htm
    troop168.net/forms/patrolboxa.htm
    blueskykitchen.com/plans_book.htm

  6. Eric says:

    We have about 5 of these at our shop, used to store tools and hardware for various subsets of the work we perform. Ie, one stores a variety of audio connectors, modular decora inserts and a portable soldering station, while another holds a stud punch, bushings, conduit parts, electrical boxes, marretts, etc…

  7. ketan shah says:

    Here wind farm industries,so we had work at 80 meters hieght so we found tool box of made by any other matal material.

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