Hey guys, another idea that we are going to move forward with is an installer's toolbag.
We're trying to figure out what we should make room for. At this point we will most likely sell just the bag, and over time bring in all the tools to fill it up.
Currently on the list are the following:
Combo Screw Driver (the 4-in-1 style)
Metal Panel Popper
Large Mulitmeter pocket
4pc Hook/Pick Set
Window Crank Removal Tool
4 Trim Tools
Large Gauge Cable Cutter
Sound Deadening Roller
Radio Removal Tools
SAE/Metric/Torx Allen Key Set
SAE/Metric/Torx Allen Bits
Ball Peen Hammer
3-5 zippered pouches for connectors, drill bits, etc
Dedicated connector storage pouch
Let us know what you think...should we add/remove anything?
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