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Re: Keeping track of your tools.

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07-27-2020 16:01:40

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I don't have enough time to not be organized. Stephen, many of us know that you spend a lot of time working on your own van instead of doing the work that makes you money.

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Brent Zappe

07-27-2020 19:49:27

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 Re: Keeping track of your tools. in reply to showcrop, 07-27-2020 16:01:40  
Some how I have to agree with you. When I live in Riverside California I had learned that you do not hang out tools. People who break in to your property can steel quicker this way. Now I live in the sticks and the hanging up tools work great. I can see and grab quicker. Just have to remember to put the tool back up on the hanger.

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Stephen Newell

07-27-2020 19:18:47

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 Re: Keeping track of your tools. in reply to showcrop, 07-27-2020 16:01:40  
I do a lot of different trades however a mechanic is not one of them, just maintain my own vehicles. I do have to use the same tools to repair and maintain the equipment in my shop. Spending time organizing tools would just take time away from paying work. I've done time evaluations in my shop putting every tool back in a particular place opposed to just throwing them in a drawer or a general place and I could do about 25% more work throwing the tools in a drawer. The only way that kind of organize would help me is if I had a helper doing it and I'm not sure the salary would be worth it.

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