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Old 04-19-2009, 06:22 PM   #1
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Default Brewer's Rolling Tool box with March Pump mount

Nothing really new here but perhaps a different style. I based this off the ideas I got from FlyAngler and Denny whou mounted their March pumps in a toolbax and an ammo box respectively. The wheeled tool box I used was about $28 at Home Depot.

As you can see in this sexy poolside bikini shoot, the pump stays high and dry.


On the back side you have your pump switch and the GFCI outlet for my laptop, etc. On the top I placed the power in cord so I wouldn't have to worry about it dangling around. I can also plug it in and close the top to protect it from splashes.


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Old 04-19-2009, 06:25 PM   #2
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Opening the top, you can see the standard tool tray. I cut the corner off to free the cord up.



Removing the tray reveals the pump and recepticle box.



I plan on installing some sort of divider so that I can store more here without disturbing the pump and wiring.


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There is a small tray that swings out for fittings and other knick knacks.



The top can be removed from the bottom so that just the top can be carried around. Note also the storage space on the bottom.

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Nicely done, Rob! I don't run into too many problems priming the pump in a horizontal orientation (I was limited by the size of the toolbox), but your design is an excellent upgrade! I especially dig the receptacle mount.
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Old 04-19-2009, 06:58 PM   #5
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Very nice Rob, looks very professional.
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Jeez... there you go filling my head with more ideas...


Oh yeah... nicely done!
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Nice looking rig Rob.
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That is one sweet project. What a great idea - until it rolls into the pool.
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Pretty cool guy...... real clean and well done!

You could turn a standard 5 gallon bucket into a cleaning/sanitizing reservoir for that pump really quick.
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Or just put a small tank in the bottom of the toolbox. Then it's all self contained

Nicely done! Now I want to do something like that with mine.


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