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Hi guys,

I’m currently doing quite a bit of work on a large boiler park, up and down to the gantrys quite often.

What are people using to transport tools up and down with them? I’m sick of using a rope and pulley to lift my tool bag etc up.

Thanks
 
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Hi guys,

I’m currently doing quite a bit of work on a large boiler park, up and down to the gantrys quite often.

What are people using to transport tools up and down with them? I’m sick of using a rope and pulley to lift my tool bag etc up.

Thanks
Hi guys,

I’m currently doing quite a bit of work on a large boiler park, up and down to the gantrys quite often.

What are people using to transport tools up and down with them? I’m sick of using a rope and pulley to lift my tool bag etc up.

Thanks
When I started working I had a tool box full to the brim, the older I got the smaller the bag got, I now have a pouch and only carry what I need to
 

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