Military-grade Tool Roll

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Re: Military-grade Tool Roll

Post by Mikey » Mon Apr 16, 2018 10:40 am

Msblu79 wrote:The box it came in looks like it would make a nice target for the range as well. :roll: :)
I was thinking that when I opened it. Love to know where they got the boxes. I was going to utilize the box this week. However it's freezing rain all week.
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Re: Military-grade Tool Roll

Post by Mikey » Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:38 pm

What are the straps for do you think?
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Re: Military-grade Tool Roll

Post by Tomcatfixer » Mon Apr 16, 2018 6:41 pm

What are the straps for do you think?
I haven't put any effort into figuring that out yet. Perhaps "backpack mode"?
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2015 Ural cT "Mobile Chernobyl", 1999 Ural Tourist "Desert DisGrace: the Iron (Oxide) Curtain", 1994 Honda VFR750F, 1986 Yamaha FZX700S Fazer

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Re: Military-grade Tool Roll

Post by Gwtg » Thu May 10, 2018 4:04 pm

Does it stuff into your new under trunk ammo can Chad? With my Ural toolroll circa 2014 I have to fold the top 2" over when I roll it up so the width fits.
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Re: Military-grade Tool Roll

Post by Tomcatfixer » Thu May 10, 2018 7:02 pm

Does it stuff into your new under trunk ammo can Chad?
Good question! Since I use tools so frequently, I never stow them under the hack. I have an air compressor, spare tube, and a whole spares kit (donut, cables, relay, etc.) down there instead. Also, my under-hack storage is two .30 cal ammo cans welded together, so there's not as much storage room as the fellahs with a big ol' 40mm can down there.
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I don't think I could fit the Atlas tool roll in my storage box with everything I keep in the roll. I suppose I could empty out my ammo cans to see if it's possible.

By the way, I've been using the Atlas tool roll lately and I definitely prefer it's pouches over "slotted" tool rolls.
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2015 Ural cT "Mobile Chernobyl", 1999 Ural Tourist "Desert DisGrace: the Iron (Oxide) Curtain", 1994 Honda VFR750F, 1986 Yamaha FZX700S Fazer

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2007 Honda VTR1000 FireStorm (Super Hawk in U.S.)
2001 Buell Blast! - - - - - - - 2005 Yamaha FJR1300
1993 Honda CBR600F2 - -1984 Yamaha FJ1100
1986 Yamaha FZX700S (a different one than above)

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Re: Military-grade Tool Roll

Post by Daisy Cutter » Fri May 11, 2018 6:52 am

Mikey wrote:What are the straps for do you think?
The straps are to hag the tool roll when its unrolled, there are a few pics on their website. I prefer just to lay mine flat so I took them off.
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Re: Military-grade Tool Roll

Post by Gwtg » Fri May 11, 2018 10:20 am

I think I would prefer the pouches if I color coded the tools for the most frequently used (17mm I'm looking at you!) I like to have the trunk empty so I can stuff my helmet and jacket in there and prefer to ride than wrench. I've been lucky that it has been mostly that.
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