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P/W 800 Plus Tool Caddy ---- Time to Organize

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    Where do you store your spare tooling for your 800 Plus?

    My Tool Caddy keeps everything secure and in one place. The base of the caddy is the same size as the tool head so it takes up the minimal amount of space. The caddy will accept all gauges.

    The base is a 11" x 6" x 1" piece of poplar<BR>
    The posts are hardwood dowels<BR>
    The finish is a coat of Tung Oil.


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    One Tool Caddy for $35.00<BR>
    Two Tool Caddies for $65.00<BR>
    Three Tool Caddies for $90.00

    Email or PM me with your shipping address for a total with shipping.

    Jim Skeel<BR>
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    Looks like an excellent thing to have, but I do not have an 8oo plus.
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    Jim,

    I will take 2 when you sre up in operation on them.

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    Jim,


    I received the two caddies from you today. Great job as always.


    Thanks


    Michael Stephenson
     
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    Looks great, Jim.

    Here's one that I got Bill Malcom's son to manufacture up in Canada. Unfortunately, he left that business before he got into full production. Maybe you could use this as an idea if you were to consider a complete box.


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    Looks great Jim.

    Here's one that I got Bill Malcom's son to manufacture up in Canada. Unfortunately, he left that business before he got into full production. Maybe you could use this as an idea if you were to consider a complete box.


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    Whiz,

    The box idea would be great if you needed to store the tooling in a dusty environment like a wood shop (can you tell that I am not very fond of woodworking?). I suppose one could build a box to go over my tool caddy.

    Jim Skeel
     
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    I agree, Jim, but I still like what you are making. I don't know how many times I take a toolhead off a press to work on it and have the thing sitting cockeyed on the bench.

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    Jim Skeel, got in my (3) tool caddys and couldn't be happier. Really nice woodwork and a great way properly hold all of the parts for each individual tooling kit for my P/W reloader. Thanks, Mike* (MH*)
     
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    Bump for a great item and great workmanship.


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