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#157714 - 12/27/05 05:51 AM "Quick Find" for work truck
goodwill Offline

Registered: 08/23/04
Posts: 53
Loc: Madison, WI, USA
perhaps someone here can help me with a link or a phone #. I've searched the net looking for a parts storage unit that was on every truck the first place I worked. haven't seen them since. we called them a "quick find". they were a metal 3 drawer unit, about 4' wide, 8" tall, and 4' deep. it sat on the floor of the van, and the top of it was diamond plating or no-skid carpet. I will call the old boss if nobody here has heard of them. thanks....

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#157715 - 12/27/05 07:34 AM Re: "Quick Find" for work truck
Wireless Offline

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#157716 - 12/27/05 07:47 AM Re: "Quick Find" for work truck
blackrd Offline

Registered: 03/10/05
Posts: 25
Loc: shorewood,il, USA
itza packrat or ratpack. One place to find them; I think they start at$350 and up.

#157717 - 12/27/05 08:17 AM Re: "Quick Find" for work truck
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Loc: Madison, WI, USA
YES, you both found it. I've never been to either site, but I'll be bookmarking them now. thanks for your help, and knowing what the heck I was talking about. I wasn't sure how common they were.


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