This heavy-duty, 24-drawer combo toolbox can hold 6,750 pounds of tools and comes with power and USB outlets onboard.
What to look for in a toolbox
1. Best value for your money.
Getting good value for money you want to spend is a critical factor, especially if you’re buying a toolbox on a budget. Look at the features and quality of the toolboxes you’re considering before worrying about the brand name.
As a professional diesel technician, you need a tool chest that is going to last. Your toolbox has to stand up to the environment and climate changes of an active shop.
Look at the thickness of the metal used in the toolbox. The heavier the gauge, the better the durability and security of the toolbox.
Look for more storage than you need right now. Leaving room to grow your tool set will ensure your investment in a toolbox today will pay off for years to come.
Decide if you want a tool chest with a wood or stainless-steel top that acts as a workbench, or if you would prefer a hutch top to increase storage capacity.
Your toolbox should have a sturdy lock and a heavy-gauge metal construction to deter a potential thief with a prybar.
Most toolboxes come with warranties that range from three to five years. A longer warranty is a good sign that the toolbox is high quality.