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CLC 1529 Center Tray Tool Bag

CLC 1529 Center Tray Tool Bag

Description

The CLC 1529 Center Tray Tool Bag features 8 exterior and interior pockets to organize a wide variety of tools and accessories.

Features

  • Main pocket with web loops to accommodate large tools
  • Extra padded carrying handles and adjustable shoulder strap
  • Metal tool snap and electrical tape strap
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$44.95
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$30.32
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A contractor-grade open top tool bag with a center section dedicated for a large, multi-compartment parts tray, plus 16 pockets and sleeves, an electrical tape strap, tape measure clip, and padded shoulder strap.

Features:

  • 13½" x 9" multi-compartment plastic parts tray included, stores into middle compartment for easy access to the rest of bag contents
  • Approx. 16"L x 9"W x 9"H
  • Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
    CLC 1529 Center Tray Tool Bag 1529 1529 center tray tool bag, 16 inches
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