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  1. Figured this could use an update, the Craftsman Versastack(Tstak) now has a water seal around the boxes and many individual boxes and sets are available in store at lowe's. Picked up a waterproof set of Versastack ll(reg), Vl(medium) and large roller. And of course the new Dewalt flexvolt tool dust extractor is also Tstak/Versastack compatible. With a remote and meets OSHA. I have not seen it in person yet. I may have to find a way to customize it so a m18 fits...
  2. It seems to be missing the connectors on the bottom in order to connect it to the trolley/another box. I've been using my bosses Festool tanos vacuum when light sanding, it's super convenient. I will need one of these.
  3. That's exactly why I kept a set of Ridgids, for framing and porch/deck work.
  4. I could really see this useful for a bigger company like an electric/cable company doing big projects. I would rather have my accessories in the Tstak with the tool. As a subcontractor, I don't think I would ever need to carry that many bits/drivers/small tools in my stack.
  5. Looks interesting, but not sold on the mini boxes. I could use a tstak VIII at half the height, with the long handle. Dewalt made some sockets and wrenches that came in a black/gold plastic boxes that were so close to the Tstak size, it's a missed opportunity for Tstak. I might have bought those instead of my Wallyworld Bostich set.
  6. These mini boxes/tstak seems interesting. That is a lot of accessory storage. How about a Tstak VIII at about half the height, including the long folding handle?
  7. After priming and painting it with haze gray deck paint, I had to figure out how to carry taller items/garbage cans/etc. I came with this. Just a couple screws and I can customize it a couple different ways. Even create a lip with the closest beam.
  8. I figured this is the best forum for my custom raised bed project. I went camping recently and put an airmattress in the back of my Toyota. It worked out great other than having no storage underneath. I've noticed the same problem with my ladders/extension poles vs mitersaw/toolboxes etc. So I put some boards across and bought a couple sheets of 3/4 plywood and scribed them to the sides. I split it about one-third and two thirds.
  9. I got my third round of boxes. I really like this setup. I was doing a kitchen install and put my drill/driver box, interior screw box, Jigsaw drawer box, and my air nailer box all on the 4 caster base and move it around as cabs went in and trim went on. It rolled wherever I needed it and out of the way when I didn't, but it never left the room. Normally I would have had most of those boxes in the other room and would've ran back and forth. It was a very tight kitchen.
  10. Hi, Andrew. You might wan to make some changes to your profile, we can see your address. Most any corded drill will get the job done, drilling holes and driving screws. If you plan on going battery powered, lots of answers in the forums.
  11. Notes for Tstak At HD you can get Tstaks I-VI(1-6), the cart, the trolley and the foam. At Acme/lumberyards you can all the above plus: VII - box 6 with the handle/attic of box 1 (large box with large top handle) VIII - size of box 6 but open top with large handle Mobile storage box- also under Craftsman/stanley fatmax name, biggest box with two wheels and popup handle Tstak Connect radio- built tough like the Tough system radio but interlocks with tstak
  12. I still use the one that came with my Milwaukee nicad circ saw kit. It works on the M18 circ, the 6 1/2 Fuel circ, the 7.25 1st gen Fuel circ. What that tells you is that I got some saws without one...
  13. I bought into the M12 line first and used mine quite a bit, loud but works. I was using mine to clean out some caulk/make room for metal around a window and one of the male prongs broke and stuck into the battery. First I noticed the battery came loose and I popped it back in. Went back to work for a minute, battery fell out. Then noticed the prong sticking out. I still need to send it back to Milwaukee, also a flashlight that doesn't work either. Went and bought a M18 the next day. Love it and it cranks. Oscillating Mult-tools needs a big battery, they seem to use a lot of juice.
  14. Update, the job I had ended up not coming to fruition. I still used the jacket while hiking and walking the dog. Only occasionally at work, when moving you don't really need the heat on high. I only really used it during breaks and lunch. I used the heated sweatshirt underneath my regular work jackets because they are already worn but not dead. I use the outer jacket all the time as regular going out jacket. It's got clean lines and a simple look.
  15. I bought into the modular tool boxes. Great deal at the holidays and are half the price of other waterproof systems. Worked great when I had an open pickup. I used them as stepstools and horses. Plus they are at HD. The milk crate box is underrated, big enough to hold paint pans and the like, plus it lets them dry out. I also bought a belt sander, only one in the store for sale. There's not much a competitive market here locally...
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