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    I have got a set of metric open ender/ringies and a set of open ender/ratchet spanners in the same roll and they take up bugger all room and don't "rattle"
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    I have a MSA tool roll , and must say its a great bit of gear. Holds 2 spanners in each size from 6mm -32mm , also plyers, vice grips, a select few screw drivers , allen keys, and a set of torx keys , plus some punches and small screw drivers in the pocket. I lay a couple of pry bars and a set of sockets and extensions on the end and roll them up into the centre. The thing is well made and nice fat Velcro straps to keep it closed/







    Couple of pics are upside down but you will get the idea of it.

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    I carry one of these. Rolls up nice to fit in small areas.

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    Tool Rolls etc - tool storage when travelling?

    I've put some thought into this subject recently and have organised tools into three main rolls to allow better distribution around the vehicle.
    The Atlas 46 Yorktown is the best of them and the other two I already had.

    Short video:

    Warning: I've used some American terminology in video

    Atlas46 have other options but this one I think is really useful in the double-sided combination of the pockets for spanners and zipped bags for other tools.


    I've also bought a few of these small, cheap canvas bags in different colours on eBay for smaller things less frequently used such as ezy-outs and loose spare bolts/nuts.
    3Pcs Oxford Hardware Tools Plier Screwdriver Spanner Screwdriver Carry Bag | eBay



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    Quote Originally Posted by LRD414 View Post
    I've put some thought into this subject recently and have organised tools into three main rolls to allow better distribution around the vehicle.
    The Atlas 46 Yorktown is the best of them and the other two I already had.

    Short video:

    Warning: I've used some American terminology in video

    Atlas46 have other options but this one I think is really useful in the double-sided combination of the pockets for spanners and zipped bags for other tools.


    I've also bought a few of these small, cheap canvas bags in different colours on eBay for smaller things less frequently used such as ezy-outs and loose spare bolts/nuts.
    3Pcs Oxford Hardware Tools Plier Screwdriver Spanner Screwdriver Carry Bag | eBay



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    Scott, did you buy the Atlas roll? If yes, from USA?
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    Quote Originally Posted by rar110 View Post
    Scott, did you buy the Atlas roll? If yes, from USA?
    Thanks
    Yep direct from Atlas46. Shipping is pretty steep but Iím glad I got it.
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    My tool roll / box in my 80"093.jpg091.jpg092.jpgIMAG2181.jpg

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