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    Tool roll?

    Sometimes I use a rag and roll all the tools Im going to use at the moment, and always think feels way more practical than carrying all the toolbox around. They unroll and stay nicely displayed...And its a breeze to roll back. A nice roll with pockets and some other details would be even nicer.Any of you guys have one? Where did you get it?
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    Platt makes some great tool pallets for hard sided tool cases. I don't know if they do rolls, but even a single pallet would be easier than lugging around a tool box.

    I just made some tool pallets as well. Not all that hard to do. Flat chunk of something, I used carbon fiber sheet. A drill bit and some of that bungee cord stuff.

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    I have one of these small jobs from Soulrun that I toss in my camel back. Our Products They have some larger ones on there etsy site. soulrun handmade outdoor products by soulrun on Etsy

    I also have a 5 gallon bucket from homedepot and one of their tool holsters that fit around the mouth of the bucket for when I'm out riding. The nice thing about the bucket is that I can toss in my dirty clothing after the ride.

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    +1 for SoulRun. I have their tool rolls and would suggest them.

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    I've been doing this for years, with motorcycles and bikes ... The pouch thing looks and holds things nicely, but a rag also lays out well on the ground, and can be appropriated/replaced much easier/cheaper.

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    I have a couple of old ones made by craftsman for wrenches. They do work well for on the go.

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    Nice info, thanks
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    This one looks nice. Home

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    Here's something else to look at. Mastercraft is a great company that focuses on the off road racing scene. They make great products and I've used them for years.

    Race Ready > Mastercraft Pocket Roll Up

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