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L-Rack Storage and Organization

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  • #507874

    Austin
    Pro
    Covington, KY

    @r-ice the bosch L-cart can go upstairs.

    #507909

    58Chev
    Pro
    Etobicoke, ON

    @r-ice the bosch L-cart can go upstairs.

    Yep,
    You’ll need the L-CART.

    “If you don’t pass on the knowledge you have to others, it Dies with you”
    — Glenn Botting

    #507916

    Boschmanbrian
    Pro
    Montreal , QC, Canada

    @supimeister wow John, that’s a whole lot of L boxes, looking good, and nice touch in the cabinets.

    #507921

    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    @supimeister wow John, that’s a whole lot of L boxes, looking good, and nice touch in the cabinets.

    I think John S. wins the L-Boxx contest here. He sure has a bunch of them.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #507952

    You’ll need the L-CART.

    I haven’t been around as much lately… has anyone purchased the newer, beefier one?

    He sure has a bunch of them.

    I refuse to count them haha

    John S

    #565285

    bbernardesjr87
    Pro
    Mississauga, Ontario

    Got around to gathering all my multimeters and get them into my new L-RACK-S with a I-BOXX72
    The L-BOXX-3D and L-RACK-S holds all my electrical, cabling, networking tools and accessories.

    @theamcguy & @madman_us
    Bill & Alex here is a pick of my BOXX stack.

    @58chev I loved the stickers

    #565355

    Got around to gathering all my multimeters and get them into my new L-RACK-S with a I-BOXX72
    The L-BOXX-3D and L-RACK-S holds all my electrical, cabling, networking tools and accessories.

    @theamcguy & @madman_us
    Bill & Alex here is a pick of my BOXX stack.

    @58chev I loved the stickers

    Beside havn cool logo stickers . Label marked tool boxes make the task go so much faster . Then open what is inside one to do the task

    Always willing to learn .

    #565542

    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    58Chev wrote:

    You’ll need the L-CART.

    I haven’t been around as much lately… has anyone purchased the newer, beefier one?

    There is a new L-Cart?

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #565546

    RonW
    Pro
    Holladay, Tn

    58Chev wrote:

    You’ll need the L-CART.

    I haven’t been around as much lately… has anyone purchased the newer, beefier one?

    There is a new L-Cart?

    Yes there is Bill. The XL. https://www.boschtools.com/us/en/boschtools-ocs/transport-and-mobility-xl-cart-126475-p/

    Ron

    A Working Pro since 1994!

    Member since March 26, 2014.

    #566816

    Got around to gathering all my multimeters and get them into my new L-RACK-S with a I-BOXX72
    The L-BOXX-3D and L-RACK-S holds all my electrical, cabling, networking tools and accessories.

    @theamcguy & @madman_us
    Bill & Alex here is a pick of my BOXX stack.

    Yeah, I picked one up in June. It’s a beast. Has been able to take a stack of lboxes as tall as me, been dropped, taken down tall steps while heavily loaded. It’s awesome.
    @58chev I loved the stickers

    #566819

    58Chev
    Pro
    Etobicoke, ON

    Got around to gathering all my multimeters and get them into my new L-RACK-S with a I-BOXX72
    The L-BOXX-3D and L-RACK-S holds all my electrical, cabling, networking tools and accessories.

    @theamcguy & @madman_us
    Bill & Alex here is a pick of my BOXX stack.

    @58chev I loved the stickers

    Beside havn cool logo stickers . Label marked tool boxes make the task go so much faster . Then open what is inside one to do the task

    @bbernardesjr87,
    ThanX Ben.

    @skillman,
    The label printer has been invaluable for marking what contents are in the BOXX’s and any other boxes that I have in my shop.

    “If you don’t pass on the knowledge you have to others, it Dies with you”
    — Glenn Botting

    #566871

    madman_us
    Pro
    Palm Springs, CA

    supimeister wow John, that’s a whole lot of L boxes, looking good, and nice touch in the cabinets.

    I think John S. wins the L-Boxx contest here. He sure has a bunch of them.

    Don’t forget Ibrahim ( @masterbosch ) he has quite a collection too.

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    #566891

    Masterbosch
    Pro
    Wayne, NJ

    Yeah o have that xl cart u Def can use the stairs to pull them up tires are really big

    plusoneconstructionllc@gmail.com

    #567052

    theamcguy
    Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    Yes there is Bill. The XL.

    Ron Thank you, that is nice, really like the way it folds up.

    Automotive Pro
    Fayetteville, NC

    #693183

    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    I have a question about the L-Rack.

    You can buy the individual racks and drawers, or you can buy the rack system that comes with three racks, two LST-72OD drawers and one i-BOXX53 tray.

    My intended use is actually combining one L-BOXX1 or L-BOXX2 with a single L-RACK. The L-BOXX will house the power tool, and the single L-RACK will hold the corresponding accessories such as blades, bits, etc…

    My specific questions are:

    (1) The LST-720D drawers, how well do they stay inside the L-RACK. If the L-RACK is tilted forward some, does the drawer slide out and drop? What is keeping the tray inside the rack, and how easy is it to free the drawer to allow it to slide out?

    (2) Are the individual L-RACK as sturdy (or sturdy enough) like the L-BOXXes? For example, if I put one loaded L-BOXX1 on top, then one single L-RACK, and another loaded L-BOXX2 at the bottom, and pick up the whole thing, will the middle single L-RACK be overly stressed and deflect?

    (3) What is the difference between the “THIN” drawers like i-BOXX53 and the “THICK” drawers like i-BOXX72? Specs said they will work with L-BOXX3D, L-RACK and L-RACK-S. So does it mean the individual L-RACK can accommodate either a THIN or a THICK drawer? With a thin drawer there will be extra room above or below the rack? Or am I missing something?

    (4) The complete L-RACK system comes with a “top”. If I break the rack up and mount each at the bottom of the L-BOXXes, then that tip is redundant. However, if I want to mount the individual L-RACK-S on top of the L-BOXXes, then I need that top. Is that “top” available for purchase as a single item? If so what is it called?

    Thank you.

    #693202

    davper
    Pro

    I have a question about the L-Rack.

    You can buy the individual racks and drawers, or you can buy the rack system that comes with three racks, two LST-72OD drawers and one i-BOXX53 tray.

    My intended use is actually combining one L-BOXX1 or L-BOXX2 with a single L-RACK. The L-BOXX will house the power tool, and the single L-RACK will hold the corresponding accessories such as blades, bits, etc…

    My specific questions are:

    (1) The LST-720D drawers, how well do they stay inside the L-RACK. If the L-RACK is tilted forward some, does the drawer slide out and drop? What is keeping the tray inside the rack, and how easy is it to free the drawer to allow it to slide out?

    (2) Are the individual L-RACK as sturdy (or sturdy enough) like the L-BOXXes? For example, if I put one loaded L-BOXX1 on top, then one single L-RACK, and another loaded L-BOXX2 at the bottom, and pick up the whole thing, will the middle single L-RACK be overly stressed and deflect?

    (3) What is the difference between the “THIN” drawers like i-BOXX53 and the “THICK” drawers like i-BOXX72? Specs said they will work with L-BOXX3D, L-RACK and L-RACK-S. So does it mean the individual L-RACK can accommodate either a THIN or a THICK drawer? With a thin drawer there will be extra room above or below the rack? Or am I missing something?

    (4) The complete L-RACK system comes with a “top”. If I break the rack up and mount each at the bottom of the L-BOXXes, then that tip is redundant. However, if I want to mount the individual L-RACK-S on top of the L-BOXXes, then I need that top. Is that “top” available for purchase as a single item? If so what is it called?

    Thank you.

    1)The drawers have a positive stop. You have to slightly lift the draw to slide them out. If tilted they should stay.

    2)I have similar configurations as you describe and have no doubts that it will hold.

    3)No, you are not missing anything. You have it correct.

    4)You can’t break the rack up. You will have to but single pieces to do what you want.

    I am not a pro. But I play one at home.

    I am just here for l-boxx porn.

    #693203

    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    4)You can’t break the rack up. You will have to but single pieces to do what you want.

    Thank you so much for your detailed answers!

    Really? You mean the complete 3 rack system is NOT three individual L-RACK-S stacked on top of each other and can be broken down into a top, three individual single rack, so you can mix and match?

    #693204

    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    Additional question, how far out will the drawer extend out of the rack? Will it extend out more than half way or 75% or do you typically pull the whole thing out to fish for stuff (like bits or sockets etc…?

    #693210

    davper
    Pro

    The 3 rack system is permanently attached. It doesn’t have a release mechanism to separate. Could you? With enough effort, you probably could but I wouldn’t bank on it.

    I would say it will come 75% and still hang there. After that, you just completely remove.

    I am not a pro. But I play one at home.

    I am just here for l-boxx porn.

    #693227

    Miamicuse
    Pro
    Fort Lauderdale, Florida

    Thanks for pointing that out. That didn’t even cross my mind the L-RACK is not there pieces stacked together. With how I plan on using them then I have to buy the top, L-RACK-S racks, drawers all individually. That’s really important to know! Appreciate the information!

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