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supasparx

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I saw some of these a couple of years ago on a site I was on.
Basically it's a deep wheelbarrow with a lockable lid on hinges.
It's the ideal thing for portable secure tool storage.

The store on the job I'm on at the moment is around 5-10 minute walk from my work area. Having to carry a tool bag, 2 drill boxes, task light, lead and a hop-up is becoming a burden.
If I had one of these I could just lock it and chain it to some pipe.
A normal site box is no good as I'm constantly changing floors and blocks on this job.

I've tried to search on google and looked on ebay and the like.
Has anyone seen these before? Or know of a possible supplier?
 
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wayne

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try sitebox.ltd had a fast look at site ,theyre london based with a phone number .if they havent got what you want maybe they can point you in the right direction let us know how you get on
 
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supasparx

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try sitebox.ltd had a fast look at site ,theyre london based with a phone number .if they havent got what you want maybe they can point you in the right direction let us know how you get on
Cheers Wayne, had a look but they dont seem to have the particular item I'm on about.
They do sell various site boxes on castors but I don't think they'd be as tough as the tyre on a wheelbarrow.
 
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rumrunner

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Cheers Wayne, had a look but they dont seem to have the particular item I'm on about.
They do sell various site boxes on castors but I don't think they'd be as tough as the tyre on a wheelbarrow.
use the frame from a barrow and bolt a security box on then:p
,do you want me to do it for you?:cool:
good luck with it:confused:
 
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wayne

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rums idea would do you ok !! bit of 8/10mm threaded bar ,double nuts ....it could work:D
 

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