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Chevrolet GMC Tool Storage Organization

Chevrolet GMC Tool Storage Organization

Our A-Team traveled out to Baird, Texas to perform a Chevrolet GMC tool storage organization project. Watch us makeover a Chevy GMC dealer with our tool storage organization system in Texas.

Transcript of Our Chevrolet GMC Tool Storage

We're just wrapping up here at Hanner Chevrolet GMC. This is 2017. We organized this dealership back in 2012. We came back to do a re-do here.

They had fifteen existing panels when I arrived here, and they expanded their room to twice the size it used to be. There used to be a wall right there where you see that beam. So, we had panels on this wall, and we had panels on this opposing wall.

So, when we got here we constructed another wall for them so we could put all the panels on one wall, and then, we moved the panels around and re-spaced them and this is how it turned out.

There's twenty-five panels here. They've got five panels for growth and then they added on two more shelves to their system and then they also added on, this new feature, that Tool Organization is offering...this tote rack.

And we made them up transmission boxes, and we labeled them. And, they are in this nice rack now.

This shows you their shelves and their kits. They are labeled. This one is with fixtures. This shows you going down the other way.

Chevrolet GMC Tool Storage Organization

Now, they are going to use all this wall space for equipment. They are bringing in all their equipment also.

This is how the organization turned out. This is a twenty-five panel system now, and it has all the essential and recommended tools hanging on their panels.

With that, I'm going to thank Tool Organization for the job. We're going to thank God for his help as always.

It was nice seeing the guys again. We seen Chris, and Clutch, and John...the guys we worked for before when we were here. Great group of guys.

We also hung up their dog tags and put up their guys names that they had. It's a smaller shop, so they don't have that many, but that's how it turned out.

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BMW Tool Storage

BMW Tool Storage San Antonio TX

 

BMW Tool Storage

Our A-Team traveled out to San Antonio, Texas to perform a BMW tool storage organization project.

Watch us makeover a BMW dealer with our tool storage organization system in Texas.

Transcript of Our Essential BMW Tool Storage

We’re just wrapping up here at BMW of San Antonio. This was a sixteen panel job and they have six shelves, and this is what it turned out like.

Back in here is where they have their panels. You can see their shelves are back here with their totes on there. They are labeled. Some tools are made up into kits. These are kits that the guys like.

This shows you their panels. These panels were on twelve inch centers. This whole tool system is in the BMW…um…we use the BMW tool number and we put it in numerical sequence. So, they’ll start off with their 490 numbers and they’ll go through 496 and then they’ll head into their dash two’s…200, 300 and 400’s. Which are their newest tool numbers.

BMW of San Antonio TX

BMW Tool Storage at San Antonio, Texas

We hung up their essential tools from 2010 up. If there is a tool missing that is an essential tool, then they would need to get it.

This particular company is going to do a sign-in / sign-out of their tools, so we didn’t put up dog-tags here. They have too many employees. They are going to have…this is going to be manned by a guy.

This shows you their test cables, and they are also hung up in numerical sequence using the BMW tool number.

This show you their shelves. The kits are labeled with descriptions. Out in this other area we have three more shelves, and we put their fixtures on it and on the bottom here, we have their legacy test cables – their older test cables. We utilize this one shelf here for the spring compressor components.

Over here, we have their legacy and double tools. They are broke down by numbers and they are broke down by boxes also.

So, with that, we worked for Kevin over here…Kevin and Lou. They are really nice guys…very helful. We met Nathan and we seen an old friend, Isaac, from another store.

With that, we are going to thank Tool Org. for the job. We are going to thank God for his help as always.

Once again, if you need your tool room done, that would be Tool Organization Services on the internet. Them are the people you’d want to contact. Even if you need to just talk about what you have.

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Chevrolet Tool Storage Oragnization at Daphne, Alabama

 

Chevrolet Tool Storage Organization

Our A-Team traveled out to Daphne, Alablama to perform a Chevrolet tool storage organization project.

Watch us makeover a Chevy dealer with our tool storage organization system in Alabama.

Transcript of Our Chevrolet Tool Storage Organization

Here is an Chevrolet tool storage project completed in Daphne, AL by Tool Org’s own A-Team, Woody and Dawn.

We’re just wrapping up here at Terry Thompson Chevrolet, and we are in Daphne, Alabama. They built this little room over here and this is where we put their tool room in.

This is a sixteen panel job. Panels were setup on twelve inch centers. Everything in this tool room is in a numerical sequence, from lowest to highest. That’s how the whole tool system works. You don’t think about the alpha, the “J”, the “DT” or “G” or any of that, you just think about the number. And everything is in that number sequence. From lowest to highest.

External Photo of Terry Thomspon Chevrolet

Chevrolet Tool Storage Organization at Terry Thompson’s in Daphne, Alabama

This shows you that we mounted five panels over here. We had to mount 2 x 6’s to the drywall and paint them and that’s how that turned out. You can see back there, it looks real nice. Because this was a finished room when we got here.

We put little bumpers on the walls for the boards so they don’t damage the drywall. This shows you the recommended tools. They had this shelf when we got here, and we pulled all their tools out of it and we inventoried everything and then we re-purposed that shelf and re-used their totes for recommended tools. They are all broke down by numbers as you can see.

This shows you what one of the panels look like. We’ve got spacer brackets on top to keep everything at a twelve inch distance. We use these nice baskets for these assembly tools. There shows you going down the other way.

This is a small room, but we made it happen. Then we have three shelves in this room and we have all their kits on these shelves. We have everything labeled. We also made them up transmission boxes, so all the transmission tools for these particular transmissions are in these kits. So, when they come to do that they don’t have to gather up a bunch of different components, they just grab that box that has all the components in there and go do their transmission.

We also have them setup with the dog-tag system here. Shows you their dog tags. They are labeled, so, when you come in to get a set tool, you take one of these dog tags – whatever the guys number is and put it where the tool is that he needs. When you return it, you put the dog tag back.

Ok. With that, I have one more area here. We worked with Charlie over here and Jason. Both of them are…I met Terry Thompson, the owner… all three guys were very nice, very helpful.

Back in here, we have their non-current tools broke down by numbers. Our recommendation is, when we finish here, that the customer goes through these tools, and if they see anything that they are still using in these boxes, to pull it out. If not, at that point and time, our recommendation is to discard them.

This shows you two more shelves that we built back here for them. We have their heavy fixtures and their electrical connectors on them. Eventually, this will be moved up closer to that room. But, right now, this is where they had us set it up.

Ok. With that, we’re going to thank Tool Org. for the job. We’re going to thank God for His help as always.

Once again, if you need to have your tool system done, you should look on the web for “Tool Organization Services” and them are the people you contact. Even if you need just a consultation, that would be who you contact. They’ll direct you on what’s going to be best for your particular situation.

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Essential Tool Storage at Columbia, South Carolina

 

Essential Tool Storage

Our A-Team traveled out to Columbia, South Carolina to perform a Mercedes-Benz essential tool storage project.

Watch us makeover a Mercedes Benz Tool Storage Room at a Dealership in South Carolina.

Details of Our Essential Tool Storage Project

Here is an essential tool storage project completed for a new Mercedes Benz dealer in Columbia, South Carolina by Tool Org’s own A-Team, Woody and Dawn.

Ok, we’re just wrapping up here at Mercedes Benz of Columbia, South Carolina. This was a ten panel job with three shelves and two pieces of wall-mount. And, this is coming into the tool room.

This shows you their shelves. We make them up kits. These little totes that we use and we make these up into kits so the guys have multiple tools in here to do that particular job. The timing kit… to do that on the N20. And we made one up here for the N63.

This shows you their panels. This particular job was mounted to a block wall and the panels were setup twelve inch on center. We also pulled out legacy tools for these guys to give them room in their tools system to grow. If they need any of those tools, they can go into the legacy tools, they pull them out and make a home for them on the panel at that point in time.

Any tools below two thousand are put in their legacy tools. We also put up essential tools for two thousand ten and up. That gives you the general idea.

Essential Tool Storage - Mercedes-Benz Dealer

Essential Tool Storage – Mercedes-Benz Dealer

There’s two pieces of wall-mount back there. We set them up here with these dog tags. All they have to do is label them. As a guy comes into the tool room to get a tool, he can take the dog tag and put it on where he got the tool, and everybody will know who has that tool. When he returns it, he can place his dog tag back up on the board.

So, with that, we used this shelf over here for their spring compressors. And, that’s about it for the room. We do have the shelves labeled as well.

Out here, we have legacy tools and legacy cables and they are broke down by numbers. We label them “Legacy Tools” and we break them down by numbers. Let me see if I can get in there to see them… And them would be all their legacy tools.

Over here is their legacy cables. So, they are going to move them back into their parts room and they’ll show up on their Excel spreadsheet that they have them. If they need one, they know where to go find it.

Ok, with that, we worked for Greg and David over here. We met Tommy. They were a great group to work with. This is a bran new facility just opening up. We’re here on Friday, they open on Monday. So, they’re tool room is ready to go when they get in here.

With that, we’re going to thank Tool Org. for the job. Once again, if you need your dealership tool room organized these are the people you contact, Tool Organization Services. There is the phone number and the website. They are the people to contact. Regardless of what you need to do in your tool room they are a good company to contact for consultation and to find out the best way to handle it.

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GM Essential Tool Storage

 

GM Essential Tool Storage

Our A-Team traveled out to Brockton, Massachusetts to perform a GM essential tool storage project.

Watch us makeover a Chevrolet Tool Room at a Dealership in Massachusetts.

Details of Our GM Essential Tool Storage Project

Here is an auto dealer tool organization systems project completed for a GM dealer in Brockton, Massachusetts by Tool Org’s own A-Team, Woody and Dawn.

Copeland Chevrolet Exterior Rendering

GM Essential Tool Storage – Copeland Dealership

Ok, we’re just wrapping up here at Copeland Chevrolet and we’re in Brockton, Massachusetts.

This is a sixteen panel job with two pieces of wall-mount and three shelves.

We mounted to a block wall. These panels are set twelve inches on center. This shows you the panels. Down here we hung up their dog tags. All they have to be is labeled now. That’s for when their technician comes in to take a tool…well, actually, parts will be grabbing the tag and hanging it up for the tool because they’re going to be going through parts to get their tools.

This show you their shelves. The shelves are labeled and kits are labeled. Over here we have recommended tools broken down by numbers.

Here is the other two shelves. We also made them up some transmission boxes here. So, if a guy is working on this kind of transmission (label shows 6T45 TRANS KIT) he can then just grab that tote, go do the job, and when he is done he can bring it back to parts.

All their engine stand components are here and their tubes are hanging on the side.

So, with that we worked for Jason, met Ed over here. They were a great group of guys to work for…very helpful.

We also mounted up two pieces of wall mount. You can’t really see them right now, but we mounted them up to this wall here and they are going to end up using them for something different. Anyways, we did put them up their for them.

So, with that, we are going to thank Tool Org. for the job. Thank God for his help as always and I’m going to go ahead and shut er’ down.

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Buick GM Tool Storage

 

Buick GM Tool Storage

Our A-Team traveled out to Freehold, New Jersey to perform a Buick GM tool storage organization.

Watch us makeover a Buick GMC Tool Room at a Dealership in New Jersey.

Details of Our Buick GM Tool Storage Project

Here is an auto dealer tool organization systems project completed for a Buick GMC dealer in Freehold, New Jersey by Tool Org’s own A-Team, Woody and Dawn.

Freehold Autos Dealership

Buick GM Tool Storage – Freehold Autos Dealership

Ok, we’re just wrapping up here at Freehold Buick GMC and we’re in Freehold, New Jersey. This was a fourteen panel job with four shelves and two pieces of wall-mount.

This shows you their tool system. We actually installed this tool system right in the service bay. This show you. There is where the writers work and write up the work orders.

This shows you the fourteen panels. This is their tire check machine right here.

Over here, we have their shelves. We’re gonna re-arrange this a little bit and make it out a little better for them. This shows you their shelves. We made these guys up transmission boxes for four transmissions. And I’d like to kind of show you one of them, but…

This is what it looks like inside the transmission box. This shows you that it is an eight L ninety. We check off all of the tools that they have that we put in this toolbox or in this tote. This shows you that we label the outside of it. We made up four of them for these guys.

This shows you their shelves. We use these shelves down here for fixtures and we have the recommended tools on this shelf also and their extra supplies.

Ok, so this shows you the wall mount starting down here and then their panels. These panels are on twelve inch centers. Let me try to get in here and see if I can show you a little bit… So, when you need a tool, you just come with your dog tag…we actually have them setup back here with dog tags. This shows you each technicians name and number and there’s his dog tag. When they come to get a tool, he takes his dog tag, goes to the tool that his GM data or Excel spreadsheet told him to go to, gets the tool that he needs, puts his dog tag there. When he brings it back, he hangs his dog tag back up.

This shows you some of the panels and what they look like. Wherever you see a blank tag, that would be for essential tools and they did not have them. They will be getting them.

So, with that, we worked with Bill over here…Bill Martin. And, Rocko. They were some great guys to work with and very helpful. And with that, we are going to thank Tool Org. for the job. Again, if you need your tool room done, these are the people you contact. There’s the phone number and there’s the website. We have a bunch of YouTube videos out there that you can check out…you can check out what it looks like for whatever franchise you have.

Again, we put this right in the service bay. One more thing and I’ll shut this down. These are all the obsolete tools and non-current tools that we’ve taken out of their system and this is a box that they are going to put out in their shed. With that I’m going to thank Tool Org. for the job and thank God for his help as always, and I’m going to go ahead and shut er’ down.

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GM Tool Room Organization – GM Tool Storage – Ardmore, Oklahoma

 

GM Tool Room Organization – GM Tool Storage – Ardmore, Oklahoma

We’re just wrapping up here at Brad Fenton GM Super Store in Ardmore, Oklahoma.

This is a seventeen panel job, with four shelves.

We constructed a wall up in their…up top of their parts room.

Aanndd, we uh…we made this system for them.

These boxes here are the recommended and double tools.

Umm…we did get up from forty-four thousand, all the way through, we also hung the recommended with the essential tools.

So…ummm…this show you their seventeen panels.

They have two panels for growth.

Aanndd…uhhhh…let me walk down through here and I’ll show you the backside of this.

We put a little block on the bottom here to stop the panels from hitting and we utilized the other ends of the panels, also, for tools.

Over here we have our four shelves.

Ones for fixtures, and then the other three we have kits on…labled.

They had a bunch of double kits also.

But you can see the boxes are all labled nice.

Aannddd…with that we are going to thank Tool Org for the job, we’re going to thank God for his help as always.

Aanndd…wi-with that, I think I’m going to ahead…

Oh! We worked for Corey over here…Cory, Aaron – his brother, aannddd…Tom.

Awesome guys and great bunch to work with.

And with that, I’m gonna go ahead and shut er down.