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Old 01/28/15, 02:28 AM   #31
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Drew,
I'll take one and pick it up in Richmond.
You forgot to remind me, I had it in the truck with 3 others for Hylander and could not remember who asked me to bring the other!


Scoop, thanks for the pic as well!

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Old 01/28/15, 08:35 PM   #32
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If anyone wants one, send me a PM with your email address and I will add you to my contact list for when the next run is made and I will contact you first.

Thanks!

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Old 01/28/15, 08:51 PM   #33
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How long will it take to have them made Drew? In time for SC I hope?

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Old 01/30/15, 12:46 AM   #34
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How long will it take to have them made Drew? In time for SC I hope?
Yes, I plan to have some at the SC.

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Old 01/30/15, 09:30 AM   #35
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I will send you a PM but I really like the idea of having a storage tray on top.

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Old 01/31/15, 12:05 PM   #36
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Ranger Stripes

How do I order a set of Ranger Stripes from Broncitis?
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Old 01/31/15, 09:35 PM   #37
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How do I order a set of Ranger Stripes from Broncitis?
We do not have a website, so the best way is to contact me via PM or email me at drew(at)earlybroncos.com

The Ranger stripes are currently going through a revision to correct a couple issues that have arisin with our printer since we first started having these made nearly 15 years ago.

We should have these available again soon. I do have a couple sets available in a bright white from an earlier run that do not have the issues that have been discovered on our most recent batch. The bright white are also more than 50% off the regular price since they were a misprint on the wrong shade of white.

Here is a link to a recent post of an install of a bright white Ranger set that FordFan installed: http://classicbroncos.com/forums/sho...208723&page=16

I will send you a PM, but if anyone else is interested in the Ranger stripes, or any of the other Bronco vinyl we make (Explorer, Special Decor, 66 Rocker Stripes, grille and tailgate letters, Bronco scripts, bucking broncos, etc.), please send me a PM since that is the best way to reach me.

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Old 02/16/15, 09:06 PM   #38
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Is that Manager of Track Maintenance Engineer? Railroad?

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I am using it for an engine swap everything else can go.
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Old 02/16/15, 09:08 PM   #39
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Broncitis,
I think you have a great idea there. Can I make a suggestion?

There are already companies that make air tool holders that are on stands. I see them at the tire shops. But what always stopped me from getting one or building one is that it didn't have a way to secure the tools against theft. If I gotta drag the tools out every day and put them on the stand, then put them in my box at the end of the day, it is almost as much of a hassle as without.

Can you integrate a locking setup?

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Broncitis,
I think you have a great idea there. Can I make a suggestion?

There are already companies that make air tool holders that are on stands. I see them at the tire shops. But what always stopped me from getting one or building one is that it didn't have a way to secure the tools against theft. If I gotta drag the tools out every day and put them on the stand, then put them in my box at the end of the day, it is almost as much of a hassle as without.

Can you integrate a locking setup?
Joker,

I already have a lockable option designed for the next run for guys who work in commercial or industrial shops where they need to be secured so they do not loan themselves out.

I'll also be making a shorter 18" version for side mounting on rolling base cabinets and am also working on some other related accessories.

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Old 02/18/15, 10:34 PM   #41
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Old 03/24/15, 09:51 PM   #42
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Drew, keep me in mind on thew next set please, Chuck

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In addition to my original 24" 12 tool holder, I now have some 18" 9 tool holders that can be mounted on the side of a roller chest.

I've also added a lockable version for those of you who work on commercial shops so you can secure them when you leave without having to pull them all and stow them in a drawer so co-workers do not borrow them.

NEW LOWER PRICES!

Due to the huge response the first time around, I had a larger run made earlier this year to take these to the Bronco events we attended around the country, so I can pass this saving on and offer the same show pricing we had. I sold out on most of these at the shows, but have a handful of three versions left.

I will be getting more made soon.

24", 12 Tool organizer: $30 (currently out of stock)

24", 12 Tool lockable organizer: $45

18", 9 Tool organizer: $25

18", 9 Tool lockable organizer: $40

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Old 12/20/16, 03:42 PM   #44
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Old 12/20/16, 03:44 PM   #45
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These are great, super useful and a whole lot more organized.
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