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  • 5/8 tool caddy

    Since there is a spot for the 7/8 key I thought it would be a good idea to make a spot for the 5/8 key.
    Now I can hook my ring of 5/8 heads on. No need for the tool box now.
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    Roots beware of the C snake with shark teeth.

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    Re: 5/8 tool caddy

    Originally posted by kol 15 View Post
    Since there is a spot for the 7/8 key I thought it would be a good idea to make a spot for the 5/8 key.
    Now I can hook my ring of 5/8 heads on. No need for the tool box now.
    Click image for larger version

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    WTH is that nasty looking thing ?

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    • #3
      Re: 5/8 tool caddy

      Nice addition. I use a snap ring from an ise disposal to store my cutters too.

      Also make a pointed scratch awl for your release tool, you'll be much happier.

      Rick.
      phoebe it is

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      • #4
        Re: 5/8 tool caddy

        Originally posted by AssTyme View Post
        WTH is that nasty looking thing ?
        Do you own a k-60?
        Roots beware of the C snake with shark teeth.

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        • #5
          Re: 5/8 tool caddy

          Originally posted by PLUMBER RICK View Post
          Nice addition. I use a snap ring from an ise disposal to store my cutters too.

          Also make a pointed scratch awl for your release tool, you'll be much happier.

          Rick.
          The snap ring came with the k-3800 which I have used for the past 7 years.

          I tried the scratch awl but it was a shade to small for the 7/8 but worked for the 5/8.
          For 7/8 I used a philips screwdriver with a little modification with a grinder.
          Roots beware of the C snake with shark teeth.

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