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Old 09-03-2019, 08:39 PM   #1
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Hardware Organizer

I'm looking at moving my entire wood working area to a new location. One of the things that has been handy is a hardware organizer, to keep all the small parts in one place. Any recommendations on something that works for you? I basically want to store hooks, grommets, lead, eyes, and misc stuff in one spot. Anyone buy something oversized that you said it's too big? That's what I want.
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Old 09-04-2019, 07:06 AM   #2
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I use plastic drawer cabinets. HF sells them. Hung off bench. Handy right in front of u.
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Old 09-04-2019, 07:25 AM   #3
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I like the harbor freight portable parts storage bins. I take the yellow cups out of the black trays and put them inside my tool box drawers. Every time I go near HF I pick up another one with a coupon.

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I've got a handful of DeWalt parts organizers that I use for sorting bucktail hooks, misc components and small tools. But for split rings, grommets and the like, I prefer something a little different. The average bin from a hardware store has squared-off compartments, making it difficult for me to get the last few out.

I have found a couple bins that I really like at craft stores, like Joann's, hobby lobby, etc. The bin I use for all my grommets, split rings, and such is a Flambeau, but I don't know the model number. I'm 98% sure I got it from hobby lobby because it's bigger than most of the bins available at a Cabela's or tackle shop.

It's about 16" long, 9" wide, and a good two inches deep. I always have trouble uploading pics to the forums but I'll try
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