Tool box tour update. New tools and moved some stuff around

Tool box tour update. New tools and moved some stuff around


good evening everybody I’m just doing a quick update got some news tools that I’ve purchased and then I have inherited some tools unfortunately my dad lost his battle with ALS about a month ago so they kind of clean it out stuff at the farm and had going through stuff and my brother and I kind of went through some Oh dad’s tools and just kind of mom basically said you know take what you guys want and we’ll sell the rest kind of thing and my brother’s got a lot of tools he’s a journeyman motorcycle mechanics he’s got you know tools at work and he’s gonna actually set it home for ranching so he didn’t need a lot of stuff and if you’ve watched my videos before I really didn’t need a lot of stuff so just kind of picked up a few things here and there that I don’t have our maybe upgraded the ones that I had so my dad was a he used to be a journeyman Autobody he did it for about 25 years so he had some good tools um he wasn’t always the best to keep him organized so he think he’s got wrenches and sockets that are missing multiple pieces just because he would you know I sometimes his toolbox was more for decoration than anything it wasn’t really his tools will be in heaps and piles on the floor and shop was always a disaster but that guy put out amazing work and he did the vehicles that he fixed and the restorations he did for people you know some of them have been things he painted 40 years ago and they still look brand-new today so never kept the best shop or cleanest shop but he did amazing work so you know this is kind of why I’m OCD it’s because I grew up working in his his chaos but anyway I’ll get to where what’s new first new thing that chops off it’s just for cutting metal I’ve actually used it two or three times already it’s just a porter cable I think arc welder it says I can remember the brand it’s actually made in Manitoba crucial and Sons 4th Canadian doors is actually made in Manitoba it does work I used it probably about a month ago between just after he passed away before our funeral I had to pick some pallet forks on our skid steer so some of those kind of plug-and-play he just changed the plug two different voltages whatever you need and right now it’s not functioning just because I don’t have 220 wild and welded wired into my garage yet so I have to get that done but that welder does work and it works fantastic so for as much arc welding is I’m gonna be doing be perfect I still use my make a lot I’ve been using my make a lot fixing up a trailer but yeah so for what I need it’s gonna be perfect new tools here the only thing in this drawer really is this is a new valve stem tool I’ve always used these ones but I’ve found that this one’s actually getting kind of it’s hard to use this one to take out a valve core with my Jeep but the bead lock rings on it’s really tight so this is gonna make a little easier so pick this ever princess saw it was like a two pack for like seven ninety nine or eight bucks or whatever so one’s gonna go in the Jeep and then one’s gonna stay in the shop there’s just a new razor blade holder in there nothing exciting I did some moving around too so rivet guns in here now break stuffs in here now this is a like a spring tool sorry the camera works kind of crappy tonight snap-on spring to my dad did have some snap on and Mac stuff but so we slowed me my brother stuff kind of go through that sorted out but my sister Dremel go back up to the top here especially pliers there’s a I picked up the so TC how much your whole those are there snap ring pliers so kind of handy boom the magnets up there these pliers there’s this little set I don’t even know what brand these are they’re like kind of a funky said these might actually been my grandpa’s so my grandpa passed away years ago was my dad my mom’s dad my dad ended up with some of his stuff and now I think that’s actually third generation have had the pliers so kind of cool I’ve actually use them a couple times they’re kind of neat sighs so here just swapped out my cutters for set of dads oh I’m gonna found the cutters for that set that I had so these were actually on my desk in my room when we had our fire that’s why they’re all smoky but they still work so I’ve actually had that set since I was like eight nine years old some of the first tools I ever got for Christmas whatever um kind of a funky little craftsman screwdriver I thought was kind of neat and I’ve just picked up these random Phillips and flathead studies they’re kind of in between size of what these ones are so here’s like my craftsman one and you can see like the length difference there so I found like sometimes these ones are too long first stubby but yet these short ones I can’t get enough torque on them so I just grabbed those dad had a random pile screwdriver so I grabbed a couple of those like you find for what I need them for and here I picked up sorry these are some different damaged screw removers so give those a shot and this is just like a little quick quick Chuck no this was a stubby ratcheting bit driver so kind of cool nothing’s changing their ratchet drawer picked up one of dads ratchets I had more hatches actually that my dad did there’s a couple that we still have to go through us because we haven’t had time I basically put all the snap on a Mac stuff in a box and me my brother gonna separate it and kind of go through it so there’s a he’s got a 3/8 and 1/2 inch drive snap-on Canada ratchets I don’t know if they’ll be able to get rebuild parts the 3 iions kind of worn out but this is a KD USA I’ve never heard of the brand but it’s a pretty fine tooth for see how old it is and it’s got a detent it’s got this nice gnarling on the end here for turning up a Hansel I thought that was kind of neat use that a few times already I like it metric sockets picked up this is a the only one I found that dad had but it’s a east go us a 10 millimeter universal big and it’s 3/8 drive so that’s kind of cool so I figured that’d be kind of handy I had heat torques before but minor like a no-name princess all the ones these are snap-on ones these are dads he actually when I went and did bought awhile Auto Body for a little bit he’d actually given me the STIs to use and like quit Auto Body giving back to him and he actually has size that I don’t have that I need so my brother doesn’t really come across heat works very much so he said I could have those ones and here is I grabbed an extra 12 sorry eight-point socket that I didn’t have the size I didn’t have dad had found this cool 12 points 13 16 spark plug socket never seen a 12 point spark plug socket before that thought was kind of cool this is a 1530 seconds 3/8 drive just a random size I didn’t have you never know those are just extras that I don’t have the size for and then he had these are just like some cheap no-name but their screwdriver bits ah custom the 3/8 drive so here those be kind of handy to have metric wrenches I just I kind of moved how I have these orientated but these holders tend to slide a lot so if anybody has any ideas on how I could get them from slide you know keep them from sliding so much to be great 3 are necessary the sae wrench the same thing leaseholders slide all the time but got this big honkin inch and a half wrench in there I grabbed that 4 trailer balls buffs and sizes let some trailer balls and I was always using Crescent wrenches and I like having the box and to do the trailer ball always constantly swap swap them around so dad had it may as well grab it and this is a little tiny 1364 sin 1560 force and a 1364 7/32 wrench so those are the sizes you hardly ever come across unless you’re working on older stuff but I would like to get working on older stuff again and you know the chances of me ever finding those wrenches again so I grabbed them down in the sockets I’ve got that’s a three quarter inch drive breaker bar with an inch and a half socket again stuff the dad had and they used I use it for trailer balls basically all I’m keeping it for so yeah that was the only thing of his in there that I grabbed I like I said before most of the sockets and stuff that I need already so stuffs getting full though hammers didn’t change air tools have changed a bit though picked up this longer blue blow gun my dad had a lot of inner full round Chicago pneumatic air tools and you know he had a lot of them for 3540 years easily like this impact it’s an industrial round impact I’m not sure what the reading is on it he’s had that impact as long as I can remember and I kind of had wanted it I’ve had the board a few times over the years because it’s stronger than this Campbell Hospital one that I had it’s got some more umph and today I was working on my car and this wouldn’t break loose the nut that I needed but that one did so it’s kind of kind of glad to have it this is an inner sole ran nibbler and again he’s had that because my dad when he was making patch panels a lot of times he would just cut him out of old hoods or whatever and so he used that for cutting the sheet metal so it’s really only good for sheetmetal work but it had a broken end on it but in his toolbox they found a brown new end I was able to figure out how to put it on so and then this is a pneumatic Chicago pneumatic windshield knife and I remember I grabbed at my girlfriend’s like what are you gonna need that for and I said demolition derby cars she’s like that makes sense that’s a good idea so so I grabbed those three air tools he had like flat board Sanders and orbital sander still my brother’s kind of moist and doing picking up some bodywork and working on an old truck so he took all those kinds of things and then down the road if I need them I can just bore them from him that’s one of those things that we weren’t gonna get rid of them one of us is gonna keep them so some of them more especially auto body stuff because I’m not doing too much auto body stuff right now my brother’s gonna take to his place and if I ever need him he’ll have them so chisels I don’t think there’s anything oh this is a one that was in my dad’s dad’s toolbox and I’ve never seen a sight an end like that I figured I’d give it a shot and I think this actually might be a Mac not sure what brand it is but anyway your work in mind – it’s still the same yeah it’s still the same it’s picked up when I bought that flyer file the other day and this is when the dad had so this bastard files picked up a small pipe wrench from his Batman had like eight pipe wrenches and I think three of them are mine cuz he kept boring mine because he could never find any of his and then I’d never get mine back so I’d have to buy a new one that man hated had eight pipe wrenches it was insane how many pipe wrenches like I could even he could never find them is this funny so this was over on the other side before so it’s just all my grinder wheels and something that this is for taking off like decals and stuff it was this one pinstriping when I when dad had in there and he had brushes are down here now same thing like there’s a couple like this one was in his collection and just you know I’m sure I’ll use it someday body hammers down here this is actually a slight hammer that you put it for pulling out dents you screw drill a hole or screw in a little screw then you pull it out with that but I actually have another puller that I think I can attach to this to use as I’ll show you in a second for like a bearing puller and stuff I pulled the mechanism off in this toolbox like the latch mechanism just so it’s easier to open and close till I get new keys cut so this is to the electrical box on the top and Mexico on the bottom and now this is now supplies so he had some more rings at the farm I grabbed those for the coil changes or doing whatever yeah these are cotter pins these are perfect I’ve used a couple on the trailer wheel bearings I bought these a while ago for working on stuff so this is kind like a supply drawer moving my drill bits up here I’ve got rid of some other drill bits I threw them in the stuff that we’re gonna sell with his stuff so that’s I’ve got more than enough drill bits this drawer is now to become the special leader I moved it from that bottom so I get mosquitos in here so my bearing race driver he’s using that the other day my grease grease our four wheel bearings accuse not yesterday new tool I got picked up yesterday she’s a princess saddled seal puller I’m gonna do the acting interacts with seal on my Jeep so yeah most of the stuff stuff that they had but I did pick up this polar you know attachment found that on the outside of the shop in the dirt randomly and found this two jaw puller and I almost had to break this out today to pull off a wheel bearing but I’m actually just get it with a couple of taps of a hammer so and I grabbed the he had this other spark plug gauge these wire type ones sorry this wire type one and another fuel gauge couple feeler gauges that didn’t have so they asked the new specialty drawer a new welding client or other clamp drawers so these are some other ones that he had there for like pulling but I might have a use for them and grab some more random C clamps cuz you can never really have to these C clamps my opinion and there’s a couple other big vice-grip ones so he had three like this my brother took a couple of them and he had one like this my brother took that said loss of these type I didn’t have any the big one so I took the big one and one of the smaller these ones and my brother took the other one like this and or the other two leaked out and that cuz I had well were welding clamps than he did so and lastly I got rid of one on my tap and die sets sold it to a friend for 20 bucks cuz he didn’t he needed one I didn’t need to so on then I picked up this porter-cable grinder right now how its setup that this is the grinding one and then this one is now sorry my battery is dying here this one’s now just for cutting so that way I’m not having to constantly swap disks all the time so yeah that’s it how it’s the new tools there’s still a few things in the drawer like I said that I’m gonna have to go through with my brother next time he’s down been made that clamp bar rack for my wood clamps I got them out of the toolbox now so pretty much all made tool tools in the toolbox is now for the most part our more mechanic type tools so anyway that’s basically it has been kind of puttering garage is kind of because I’ve been working on a bunch of stuff so but yeah if anybody has a suggestion on how to keep those wrench holders from sliding around I’ve thought about magnets I have magnet tape doesn’t seem to be strong enough to go through that phone I don’t really want to permanently attach them to the drawer like with pop rivets or anything so I’m not sure like I don’t think gluing in to those mats is an option so I’m not I’m not sure what I’m gonna do you know it’s just more of a inconvenience than anything so anyway I’m going to finish this off since my battery’s about to die and appreciate everybody watching I’m sorry for the shitty cam work as usual I’m just doing this off my phone so everybody take care and keep posting your toolbox to your videos I really enjoy them thank you


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