Usually a huge difference is found in the drawer guides/glides. Some don't
even have polybuttons to glide on, just a film of grease! That lasts a
The rollers are nice as are the dips in the guide pieces to keep the drawers
open or fully closed. If you aren't using one constantly, some of the
lesser expensive ones work quite nicely. But then, the guy in the giant red
truck doesn't make a comish on those!
I use an old fashioned IBM card file drawer. A little deep, but it'll work
for the next 5 or 10 generations!!
Later, Paul A
----- Original Message -----
From: "Peter Caldwell" <email@example.com>
Sent: Thursday, September 24, 2009 11:40 AM
Subject: [Spridgets] Tool boxes
> So, what's the deal... (I don't have a tool box, btw)
> Some are over $1000. Some are $89.95 I'm thinking I'd like
> something with about 6 thin drawers, and maybe 5 bigger drawers, and
> maybe 4 casters. Don't need locks.
> What justifies either the high priced units, or the low-end ones? I
> just need a place to put wrenches and sockets so I have an idea where
> to look the next time I need them.
> Any input appreciated, abuse expected.
> Peter C.
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