Recent Topics
Garden Hose for Gasoline Transfer?
by viscous - 07/05/20 11:55 PM
Changing coolant-water ratio of 50-50 premix?
by TrustyAutos - 07/05/20 11:27 PM
ring terminals - really?
by DirtyOilGuy - 07/05/20 11:27 PM
Which oil is better out of these
by Bazza32 - 07/05/20 11:08 PM
Automatic transmission shift feel
by Spetz - 07/05/20 10:51 PM
Opinions On This Laptop
by BlueOvalFitter - 07/05/20 08:02 PM
Anyone else see Hamlin hood flap fly out?
by 555 - 07/05/20 07:54 PM
Husqvarna AWD with a Honda engine
by yeehaw1960 - 07/05/20 07:02 PM
Recommended car shipper?
by HawkeyeScott - 07/05/20 06:10 PM
My 2011 Sonata SE 2.0T
by strongt - 07/05/20 05:39 PM
Throwing in the towel on local clothing retailers
by Reddy45 - 07/05/20 05:09 PM
Castrol Edge vs Edge EP
by Gene K - 07/05/20 05:03 PM
Car related YouTube channels
by dishdude - 07/05/20 04:59 PM
Suspension Bushings Oil Resistant?
by TacoFergie - 07/05/20 03:43 PM
Building a solar generator
by BeerCan - 07/05/20 03:22 PM
Used CVT fluid in a power steering application
by mahanddeem - 07/05/20 02:06 PM
New Mobil1 EP HM, API SP label design.
by wemay - 07/05/20 02:00 PM
Newest Members
Turboman92, TrustyAutos, TacoFergie, electro, SilentC
71852 Registered Users
Who's Online Now
46 registered members (Baddog, awguy, A_Spruce, Ag76, Alex38, 4 invisible), 1,178 guests, and 23 spiders.
Key: Admin, Global Mod, Mod
Forum Statistics
Forums67
Topics307,468
Posts5,311,701
Members71,852
Most Online4,538
Jan 20th, 2020
Donate to BITOG
Print Thread
Hop To
Belron Toolbox with collapsible cart. One neat setup #5440394 05/27/20 07:16 PM
Joined: Jan 2013
Posts: 39
1
10WSmuckers Offline OP
OP Offline
1
Joined: Jan 2013
Posts: 39

My previous roommate moved out last month to move 30 miles away and left this toolbox behind. He does not want it back and I don't exactly have a need for it either. My tools aren't going anywhere and I haven't left the house very much. But I admit this is a neat setup.

I did some research and found that these are made by a Danish company called Raaco. This model is exclusively made for the parent company of Safelite which is Belron. They are a huge auto glass repair outfit and every Belron glass installer worldwide is provided with this box as part of a standardized 133 piece kit. The box is made of polypropylene for heat resistance and it can also support a good amount of weight with the cart lowered. The 4 drawers on the outside lock from the main compartment which has a nice depth of about 10 inches. The cart folds like a table saw stand and you can wheel the thing around pretty easily.

From what I can tell these were not made for direct retail or consumer sales. You can't buy these online or in a store. There are similar boxes on eBay from Raaco but they are not made to the Belron spec. If I were to sell it like this, what would be a fair price? I wouldn't be selling it immediately but if I can't cut my rent in half soon, then oh well...

newbox.jpg
Last edited by 10WSmuckers; 05/27/20 07:20 PM.
Re: Belron Toolbox with collapsible cart. One neat setup [Re: 10WSmuckers] #5440670 05/28/20 07:06 AM
Joined: Nov 2006
Posts: 23,581
T
Trav Offline
Offline
T
Joined: Nov 2006
Posts: 23,581
That looks like a great piece of kit for some sort of mobile service operation. I would try to get pricing from previous internet sales, it may be worth more than you think.


ASE L1, Master. Deutsch Meisterbrief.
Previous Thread
Index
Next Thread

BOB IS THE OIL GUY® Powered by UBB.threads™