Set Up Your Workspace or Add to Your Storage Capacity!

Finding the ideal tool storage for your shop or garage can seem about as daunting as taking on any big, new project. But with the selection from Harbor Freight Tools, it doesn’t have to be! Sure there are a lot of options to choose from but for anyone looking to outfit their workspace with a new tool cabinet, there is one item that stands above the rest. The 26”, 16 Drawer Glossy Red Roller Cabinet Combo (Item: #67831) provides a whopping 14,600 cubic inches of storage for a ridiculously low price of $369.99! That’s enough for all your favorite tools plus maybe a few new ones as well. With the money you’ll be saving, you’ll have plenty left over for a few more new items to add to your arsenal.

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But this tool cabinet isn’t just a place to put your stuff. It’s a rock solid security unit as well as a stylish addition to your workspace. As with any U.S. General tool storage unit, you get the benefit of ball bearing slides on all drawers for easy opening, smooth-rolling casters for quick maneuvering, and lockable drawers for added security. You even get non-slip liners in each drawer so your tools stay protected and in place when not in use.

“I am the proud owner of two of these babies! I bought my first one 3 years ago and have been so happy with it that I decided to buy another one when the sales came back around this year. These are perfectly sized to fit in my crowded two-car garage and roll easily when I need to get behind them. The drawers seem to have been thoughtfully sized, as I have been able to stuff them pretty full of Harbor Freight tools (I got gift cards for Christmas). I’m absolutely convinced these are a great value for the money spent, but only you can determine if they’re the right box for you. As for me, I’m a satisfied customer.” – by Kansas transplant from Wichita, KS

“I shopped around the various stores and looked at $600, $700, $800 tool chests and eventually came across this unit. I checked the display unit in the store and it seemed quite functional so I bought it. There’s tons of space in this unit and, after emptying out my three plastic tubs of tools, I still have shelves with space available. The drawers open and close smoothly and the foam drawer inserts keep the tools in their place. I have nothing negative to add based on the price-point.” – by Keith from Orlando, FL

The Roller Cabinet Combo takes as much care of your tools as you do and when it’s time to upgrade your workshop for a price that won’t break the bank, pick up a U.S. General tool storage unit. You shouldn’t have to pay an arm and a leg for reliable and secure tool storage. This combination roller cabinet and top chest is also the perfect combination of price and quality. If you’re ready to upgrade the storage and organization in your garage, get one of these tough units from your local Harbor Freight today!

JACK UP THE SAVINGS DURING HARBOR FREIGHT’S MORE FOR YOUR MONEY/ROLLING BACK PRICES IN-STORE EVENT!

1.5 Ton Compact Aluminum Racing Floor Jack

Ridiculously low prices are going even lower during the More For Your Money/Rolling Back Prices in-store event happening now through April 13th  at all Harbor Freight retail locations. Take advantage of huge savings on items like the 1.5 Ton Compact Aluminum Racing Floor Jack with Rapid Pump® (item #: 60569). This industrial quality racing jack is constructed of durable, aircraft aluminum billet. A knurled aluminum handle ensures a steady grip while you quickly lift your load in just 3-1/2 pumps! The racing jack also features a universal joint release mechanism for smooth, precision lowering and a compact design for easy storage and transport. It’s features like these that has Four Wheeler Magazine declaring this jack the “undisputed king of the garage”.

1.5 Ton Compact Aluminum Racing Floor Jack with Rapid Pump®
item #: 60569

Newly Discovered Cave Drawing Reveals Early Man Used Reciprocating Saws

Additional evidence suggests plumbers were overcharging customers as far back as 25,000 years ago

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Last week’s discovery at Serra da Capivara National Park in northeast Brazil reveals that early man not only hunted and gathered but also used reciprocating saws similar to the 9 Amp Professional Variable Speed Reciprocating Saw (item #: 69066) available at Harbor Freight Tools. “I was as surprised as anyone,” offered Professor Adriano Souza, head of tool archeology at Universidade Paulista. “We were familiar with early man using primitive versions of hammers and knives but fully functional reciprocating saws? We had no idea.” A hidden cavern covered by three feet of solid rock recently became accessible due to seismic activity and that’s where the cave drawing dating back 25,000 years was found.

“The drawing clearly shows an indigenous tribesman with a reciprocating saw in his hand. He appears to be cutting some sort of reed. Reeds were commonly used in early plumbing structures such as primitive faucets,” explained Souza. “We may very well be looking at the first plumber on Earth!” Within the cavern, Souza’s team also discovered an invoice overcharging for simple services. “This one refers to an installation of a new reed leading out of a hut, likely an early sewer drain. The invoice shows payment due of 12 chickens and the skins of seven Tropidurus lizards. That’s exorbitant! A job like that shouldn’t have run more than 8 chickens and two Tropidurus lizard skins.” In an adjoining cavern, another drawing shows a tribesman waiting all day for the plumber to arrive, indicated by several depictions of the sun in varying positions in the sky.

What still puzzles Souza’s team is the power source for the reciprocating saws. “Harnessing of conventional electricity didn’t happen for millennia. My theory is that they plugged the reciprocating saws into electric eels.” Considering that Serra da Capivara National Park is situated between the river valley systems of Riacho Toca da Onca, Riacho Baixo da Lima, Riacho Bom Jesus and the Gruta do Pinga, the theory is quite plausible. “That would explain the primitive extension cords we found in the cavern as well.”