What are you guys using to store your tools. I’ve tried a few different bags and they wear pretty quick, that being said, whooped out trails are hard on everything in the tunnel bag.
if your sled isn't completely dry between rides it will freeze like hell. I use a few rags and when it's cold it's almost non openable frozen solid. I need a better setup tooLike RanOutofTalent, I also use a tool roll in my under seat bag - different brand but same idea. Works well, except it's not waterproof so I have to take the tools out every now and then to clean them up with oil. It's made out of coated cordura so it may have been advertised as waterproof, but it's only a tool roll and not sealed in any way.
Always good to see others enjoying the majesty that is “corona saw”I've used one of these Husky small bags as my tool bag for several years at least. It's not waterproof so I make sure to open it up to let everything dry out after each ride. It's heavy duty, holds quite a bit of stuff, and cheap too. Whatever you choose, pack it in tight and it will last a lot longer than if everything bounces around. I have mine in my rear shovel bag.
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Does anyone know what that socket holder is that is shown at 1:06 in the video for this tool roll? Seems like a great way to keep sockets together in the tool pouch!Be prepared for whatever comes your way with this multi-purpose tool roll. With 16 differently sized compartments, this tool roll provides plenty of room to store an.www.timbersled.com
This is simply the best IMO. It fits nearly everything I need/want and I probably carry too much. It fits nice and snug in my under seat bag. With room on one side for a ratchet strap and some hose clamps
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