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Old 10-21-2007, 08:47 PM
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Im looking for a tool pouch that will hold mostly all of my nitro tools been looking at a lot but can't find one, all help is appreciated thanks tire:
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Old 10-21-2007, 10:15 PM
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not sure how many tools you have but I use the h.a.r.d tool pouch. Its great and protects the tools.
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Old 10-22-2007, 06:12 AM
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Well just for my wrenches, screwdrivers, plug wrench, pliers, just small things like that.
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How about the ones you can get at Home Depot or Lowes. They should have the ones carpenters use in either the heavy duty cloth versions that tie around the waist to the more heavy duty leather ones.

Here is a bunch of different ones. I think these might do the trick for you.

http://www.homedepot.com/webapp/wcs/...cStoreNum=8125
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Well just for my wrenches, screwdrivers, plug wrench, pliers, just small things like that.
Have you seen the GS tool bags? they are pretty nice.
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Well i've seen the ones from trinity, ofna, integy, but im afraid that when i get one i'll see one thats a little better than those, so i'de like to see them all.
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Yo Kamikazi, i've looked at the GS pouch, it only has slots for screwdrivers only, someone at the track had one that fit plug wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, and its compact like a GS pouch with zipper...
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Yo Kamikazi, i've looked at the GS pouch, it only has slots for screwdrivers only, someone at the track had one that fit plug wrenches, pliers, screwdrivers, and its compact like a GS pouch with zipper...
Dude, you need to get the GS ones that Kamikaze has. It has 20 slots, ten on top and ten on bottom and it zips up like a book folded together. These are ideal. I actually got two from Kamikaze and this will hold all of my stuff. I have more then the average guy I think. I would start with at least one of those, I think they are only 30-40 bucks, but well worth it. I looked all over for the best tool pouch and the GS bags were the best out of everything that I looked for. Just like yourself, I looked everywhere. But again, we are all different, so they might not fit your needs. But my bet is it will. Good luck.
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I just bought an EDS Tool bag and it is wonderful. I have 3 pair of pliers, plug wrench, clutch gap and flywheel tool, tuning screw driver, two standard and one phillips screw driver, 4 nut drivers, and about 8 other allan and ball end wrenches. It is great and under $20!!!!!! If you want information on how to get it, just let me know and I'll send you the information.
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I just bought an EDS Tool bag and it is wonderful. I have 3 pair of pliers, plug wrench, clutch gap and flywheel tool, tuning screw driver, two standard and one phillips screw driver, 4 nut drivers, and about 8 other allan and ball end wrenches. It is great and under $20!!!!!! If you want information on how to get it, just let me know and I'll send you the information.
Dude that is awesome man! I do like the EDS stuff. I have a set of their tools. So where can I aquire this tool bag?? Thanks for the heads up.
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You can order it directly off of the EDS eBay store:
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Ed is a great guy and will definitely treat you well! If you order over $100 worth of parts he ships for free in the US. At least that is what he did for me.

E-mail him if you have any questions.
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Looks like im going EDS guys that bag has more than enough room for me thanks for all your input, i really appreciate it.
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hey Darren give me a call. I carry the tool bag for EDS

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hey Darren give me a call. I carry the tool bag for EDS

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Billy my friend, you got PM bro!
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