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CLC 1528 Electrical & Maintenance Tool Carrier

CLC 1528 Electrical & Maintenance Tool Carrier

Description

The CLC 1528 Electrical & Maintenance Tool Carrier has large multi-compartment parts tray that conveniently stores beneath the main tool area.

Features

  • Box shaped design prevents tipping over
  • Includes electrical tape strap
  • 16 multi-use outside pockets and 7 inside to organize a wide range of tools and accessories
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$59.95
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$44.95
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Our patented electrical and maintenance tool carrier has a box-shaped design and a large multi-compartment parts tray that stores conveniently beneath the main tool area, with 23 additional tool pockets, and a padded shoulder strap.

Features:

  • 11" x 6" multi-compartment plastic tray included that slides securely into bottom of tool carrier to organize small parts
  • Extra padded carrying handle and adjustable shoulder strap
  • Approx. 11"L x 10"W x 19"H
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    CLC 1528 Electrical & Maintenance Tool Carrier 1528 1528 electrical and maintenance tool carrier, 11 inches
    $44.95
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