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Old 06-05-2011, 12:02 AM   #1
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I could do my repairs faster if I had a good way of organizing my toolls while I work. How do you all keep track of the various sockets from different sets over the years and wrenches while working on a project?

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Good question! I

I've tried several socket and wrench organization methods and none seem work too well. Either they take up too much room in the chest (socket plates) or there just isn't enough room for the box/open's of different lengths.

I've got one drawer dedicated for SAE and another for Metric sockets. That works but wastes space.
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I have one of these for metric and SAE deep and metric and SAE standard (4 total):

They all fit in one drawer with a couple rachets and a set of torx drivers.

And I have a drawer for random, loose sockets.
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