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NEW Milwaukee Tool 46" Rolling Tool Chest & Drawers

This new Milwaukee tool chest is an amazing value!!! More here. //charlesandhudson.com/milwaukee-46-rolling-tool-storage-chest-cabinet-review/

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They need a 52" or 54" box
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you are right they need a bigger box
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I respect the fact that is a a good box but is sold out everywhere. this makes me not want to even buy it now. went to three home depot places and they don't have it . I feel like Milwaukee customer service is bad and the amont of products they make s bad too. And they want to raise their price up .
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+rocker85675$698 online and pick it up at the store now.
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It doesn't mean customer service is bad, means it's a great box and a lot of people beat you to it. Whoever sells them will get more
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+Eric ernillaso Buy it in seperate units its $70 cheaper. Top is $349 and top is $379 but asa combo its $798. as each its 70 bucks less.

My craftsman toolbox and milwaukee tools

This is my tool collection and I thought you guys would like to see it. Thanks.

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Cool toolbox man. Do you ever move it around or is it pretty much stationary? I want to do something similar but I need it to be portable and I'm afraid it will weight a super amount. Cheers!

Ultimate Handyman site Tool box tour

This is a tour of the toolbox that I use when I am working as a maintenance engineer on site. The box contains almost every tool needed to maintain a busy ...

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thanks. and congratulations on 50million views
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+scott mclean Thanks Scott ;-)
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Hy,could you please suggest the best material to cover and waterproof my shed roof. Been told 'flashband' but reviews say it's not great. I don't want to use blow torch material
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+scott mclean You would be wasting it to be honest.There are a few videos on YouTube showing how to apply the felt ;-)
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Thanks, and thanks for the link. If I put on two layers straight on top of each other would it be double the protection or would I b wasting my time and material
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+scott mclean I would use a good quality felt. Flashband is no good to cover a complete roof!Felt should last for a long time as long as it's installed correctly. Something like this- //www.diy.com/departments/bq-green-roofing-felt-l8m-w1m/42448_BQ.prd
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How do you get this in and out of a van everyday?
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+Littlewolf I normally keep this box on site permanently, but sometimes I move it to another site and occasionally I bring it home- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VFZZ2r1eW3EThanks for the comment ;-)
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i was gonna buy that tool box but they wanted £100 for delivery
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+TheFpsGamer It's a good box, but the wheels are not that good. I'm on my third set of wheels now but they do get lots of abuse due to the quality of the floors where I work and also the amount of weight in the box. Occasionally I'll put a valve on the box as well and that might weight 40+ KG'sThanks for the comments
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i might have to go down and get it then
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+TheFpsGamer It'll fit in most cars as it's not that big with the wheels removed (you have to fit them yourself).You have to watch out for the special deals though as I'm sure I paid for the bottom part and got the top box free, if I remember rightly!
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about 5 minutes down the road i would go and get it but it wouldn't fit in my car
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+TheFpsGamer Blimey, where are they sending it from, bloomin China?That's a ridiculous price for delivery!
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I liked it all. but one question. you call the Milwaukee drill 'cheep' in canada and the USA Milwaukee is the standard in cordless power tools. what is the standard top end brand over there?
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+James MacInnis You are welcome. I love tools ;-)Thanks for the comments
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Thanks for the extra information. I love tool videos.
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+James MacInnis I just thought I would add to this. We have Dewalt, Bosch, Milwaukee, Metabo, Fein, Hilti and Festool.Dewalt, Bosch and Milwaukee all make cheaper versions of their high end drills, which I believe is bad as people buy one of the cheaper drills and it breaks, so then they go around telling people that the brand is crap as they bought a drill once and it broke after a few weeks. Metabo, Fein, Hilti and Festool make good quality tools (although I do remember knowing someone that had a problem with a Metabo drill once) but are very expensive for most people.
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+James MacInnis Milwaukee are not a cheap brand over here but they have an expensive version with a metal chuck and a much cheaper version with a plastic chuck. This model is the one with the plastic chuck. I am sure that Milwaukee's more expensive version would be a good drill.Thanks for the comment ;-)
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Cheap Milwaukee drill? Milwaukee is not cheap... Milwaukee is top quality.
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+Ken Homer They make a few different versions of the 18v drill. The one in this videos is the cheapest one, it had to be fixed under warranty after just a few weeks of site use.

Milwaukee Tool 10-Compartment Deep Pro Organizer - 225046

We take a look at this new organizer from Milwaukee Tool. Multiple boxes latch into each other. Home Depot has the best price on these ...

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$50 here in Canada.. But I like this organizer.
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+Shawn Kitchen heck of a deal! Wouldn't find that in calgary at that price
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+Aaron Brandon Just bought 2 yesterday at HD in Fredericton New Brunswick for $30 each.I filled 1 up yesterday... it works well
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great video as usual. 2 questions: 1. are they stack-able like the dewalt/Stanley 2. do they come in shallow version too i use the Stanley and they are great
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+kattach0 Yes and no
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Do they lock together for carrying multiples simultaneously? 
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+Ricky Mcgrath yes plus the milwaukee will open when connected
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We ever gunna see anymore Hilti reviews ??? :-)
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+unuuk Yes
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I'd buy it. It's better than the cheapo one that I have now. Every thing eventually starts to mix together in the one I have now and it becomes a pain when your trying to find matching washers and screws. Great review guys.
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+Mike L. Thanks!
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agree Dan I hate it when the lids dotn close enough and mix the compartments
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+2LateIWon Right! It sucks
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Do I see a tool storage "tool fight" in the near future?
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+Tucker Flynn Yes
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Looks like a nice storage container. Have they come out with a whole system (i.e. tough boxes, TStaks, L-Boxxs, etc)?
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+Matthew Wiswell not yet
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Do they stay closed when dropped on concrete and are full of screws? When you open the lid does the song "keep em separated" by Offspring play!
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+Aidan F HA we will try the drop
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The best feature of this boxes is that when stacked together you can acsess the bottom box without unlacking them. TiA!!!!!
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+Charles Camilleri Yes we forgot to mention that
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Unlatching

The greenest of toolbox tours (An updated toolbox tour.)

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8:33 Because if you would put the 14v battery in the 18v model it would probably hardly turn at all, and if you put the 18v battery in the 14v model, you would probably fry it. It's not possible to interchange operating voltages without changing the circuit. Any electrical machine is designed to work properly on one specific voltage, in terms of an electric motor at least. Power supplies can be constructed with variable circuits to accept both 110v and 220v. It is possible to make different size batteries for a given device, they differ in capacity (usually expressed in milliamps times one hour), not in voltage. This affects how long it takes to drain the battery under use and may also have an impact on the maximum momentary output (amps).
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+Chris Motley Well, he may have meant that but in that case I think he misspoke. He mentioned the 14v 3/8 impact and then proceeds to compare it to the 18v 3/8 impact and why they wouldn't make the batteries interchangeable. Then closes with "But anyway", continuing over the 14v bit driver and only then mentioning the 18v 1/2 impact.
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You spent a lot of money on tools and the boxes. Question is, can you fix anything?
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+dennis martin When it puts the food on the table for guys like him then you best believe that they are gonna make a good investment on their shit
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+Jose Delgado a fool and his money are soon parted. I can afford any tools i want. I just don't buy into the ridiculous over priced tools, thinking there the best money can buy. Many great tools can be had for a fraction of these over priced tools. Many tools and the tool boxes are way over priced, Your paying for a brand name. I've been wrenching for 40 yearsAnd the high price of Matco, snap on, your just paying for a over priced brand name.  Sucker!
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+dennis martin I think you're just salty he can afford this and you can't.
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How much you think all your tools cost in total?
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Oh, and I've posted an updated video that probably would interest you
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I've never actually sat down and added everything up, but I'd bet there aren't many cars that I work on that are worth more than my tools
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I'm undecided what to get here if anyone can help?. I have three 18v makita lion batteries and a charger so I'm thinking of getting a makita impact wrench instead of a snap-on one. They come in various torques but mainly 230/280/440/1000nm. I'm unsure if the 280nm one will take off a rusty lug nut or am I best with the £30 more expensive 440nm gun?. The reason I'm unsure is because I used a 'hex to 1/2" adaptor on my 200nm makita impact driver and my car lug nuts just laughed at it. It works fine on my motorbike (150nm) or on freshly nipped lug nuts, but with old rusty lug nuts it had no chance. I'm feeling the larger made 440nm gun is plenty, but is the smaller built 280nm gun fine too?
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+NUCK CHORRIS thanks, I know that snap-on gun is worth the money, it only won't take semi truck lugs off...and the extension holder is called a screwdriver holder and is sold by "mechanic time saver"
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Also; Nice box and tools dude. Where did you get the green 1/4" and 3/8" extension bar holders?. I need one of them as my smaller extensions just roll about like humpty dumpty.
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I like the step stool for a tooper idea, the only problem with it is you can't lock it up and people will steal all your stuff
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+chad hickox yeah true
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Unless you work by your self or with just one Co worker
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95 hundred million degrees. That's pretty hot
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Yep, I must've forgotten to tell you that I work inside the suns core.
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what field of work are you in? I have the same box except with the chrome casters. good idea with making your own stainless top
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I work at an indy auto shop but I also wind up working with wood, framing metal, plumbing, rc cars and anything else anyone walks through the door with. I live in a small town.

Milwaukee New Product Symposium 2014

Tool Box Buzz visited the folks at Milwaukee to see new products for the coming year including new cordless tools, work gear, and hand tools. Preview the new ...

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now they just need to make something that can cut stainless steel pipe 6" and above thats hanging in the ceiling that cant come down unless its cut down
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I would like to officially volunteer to become a Milwaukee tool tester. Kindly send me one of everything they make
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How do I attend one of these shows I've been a big fan of Milwaukee for a while now

Milwaukee 2410-22 M12 Drill/Driver Reviews | Great tool - No chuck issues !!!

Milwaukee 2410-22 M12 Drill Reviews : //amzn.com/B002EEP4VK/?tag=a112-20 The Milwaukee M12 Drill/Driver has the power to drive the majority of ...
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