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Extreme tool boxes

Has anyone seen these in person?


I am wanting a bigger box with a hutch on top to store smaller bkxes and these look cheaper than other brands.

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I wouldn't even be able to fit one that wide in my shop anymore.

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What do you mean by hitch?

I've never even heard of this brand.

What size box are you looking at? I've got a 40" craftsman, 5.5' high. It's a bottom and top box combo, in stainless steel. Cost me right at $1000 on sale. I've also got a 27" Kennedy machinist's box, 3 tiers high. This one was about $1600. My dad found a used snap-on 52" chest and box for $1000 used on CL. I still need more room lol.

Homak makes a decent box, and they are cheaper than the craftsman. US General makes good, cheaper tool carts, but I've never seen an actual toolbox of theirs.

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probably meant a HUTCH....


never heard of the company.

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Ah... hutch makes more sense. My Kennedy has a hutch as the middle "box". I use it for manuals, drill bits, cutting and tapping fluids, and a small workspace. I get more use out of that hutch than a 3 drawer intermediate box. I even have a small Led light setup in there.

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Yes hutch. 56" flavor. I need more room and my current hf one will be brought home to use along side my old Kennedy in the garage.

I work in the field and at night I have to unload my tools for the next guy to use the truck. With a hitch I can slide everything in and one lock be done.

Currently I have to put stuff in 3 boxes and lock 3 more smaller boxes up so a hitch will save me time from unlocking everything under the sun.

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I see, my retired mechanic had a sweet box in his shop. Like a 96" snap-on in hunter green, with deer and fish all over it.

The hutch on my Kennedy doesn't have a lock, or even a door lol.

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i recently got one with my dad at seers for ~$700 56" long and two levels. the big roller portion on the bottom and a stationary one on top with the flip up lid with plugs and such inside

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