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