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Old 10-11-2007, 11:12 AM
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Old 10-11-2007, 11:24 AM
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I bought a kit from Target several years ago, and it has held up surprisingly well. It is a hard sided flip open case though. I also keep a small Craftsman socket kit on board big enough to remove prop nuts. I think its about 10 pieces.

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Old 10-11-2007, 11:49 AM
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All these bags look and work good EXCEPT I think you would want to have your boat tool bag display the new OSO logo which is sewn into the bag.
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For over 30 years I have used EMT bags and they work great
and when I travel they go right with me, Its harder with all
the new rules and they can get very heavy.
I did a lot of work for the Navy any hauled them every place.
They are heavy canvas with a lot of pockets, I still use the
first on I bought, Its a little dirty but no rips or holes.
The people with the Hi-Price boats really like to see tool bags
that wont scratch the Gel-Coat.
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Old 10-11-2007, 07:02 PM
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U have a lipship cig, you dont need any tools, its bullet proof

I have a small blue soft sided one i got a west marine, tools arent the best quality (you wownt rebuild an engine with them), but it has a good variaty of what you may need in a pinch
I thought Omerto was buying it for you for Xmas
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I carry a soft tool case from Sears in the boat. Folds in half and zips closed. About the size of a bible. (Or so I'm told. ) Downside is the sockets always come out of the elastic straps that hold them in their locations. Unzip it, open it, they all fall out. The OSO bag looks great, but where do the sockets go?
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I have always used laptop cases. Lots of pockets, just buy tools that come in blow molded cases.
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We use Husky Tool Bags
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we just got these in the OSO store if you are interested
whats up with the store... closed last couple days
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we just got these in the OSO store if you are interested
Those are nice, OSO should give them to the Platinum Members in appreciation!
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