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    I definitely agree with Johnboy on the peg board. I have a couple of sheets behind my work bench in the main shop. Great for hanging larger seldom used things that take up a lot of space in the tool box. I also found it is supper handy to have a spare set of wrenches and screwdrivers hanging in easy reach when I'm doing bench work.



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike P View Post
    I definitely agree with Johnboy on the peg board. I have a couple of sheets behind my work bench in the main shop. Great for hanging larger seldom used things that take up a lot of space in the tool box. I also found it is supper handy to have a spare set of wrenches and screwdrivers hanging in easy reach when I'm doing bench work.



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    For accessibility of screw drivers I've got about 3ft of 1 1/2" pvc screwed to the wall with vertical holes of varying sizes about an inch apart. The varying blades are dropped in from the top, the handle stops them from going right through, and I can see at a glance the size and type of blade of the driver I want.
    I'm lazy, and got fed up with rummaging through a toolbox for the blade I wanted.

    But it only works in the shed, not a mile away across the farm.
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