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On this page I am creating or gathering informational products for everyone to use and enjoy. There will be a mixture of things such as automotive conversion charts and information. Or, whatever I feel the mood in adding.

 

Most all the files on this page will be PDF files. You will need a way to read them. Most every website suggests Adobe Reader and I can understand why. Me personally I use Foxit Reader because it has many more features. Most of all it's faster than Adobe Reader, it doesn't annoy you with wanting to update all the time. Click here to get to the Foxit Reader website, read it yourself and see. If you already have Adobe Reader installed and you are happy with it, by all means go ahead and use it. I'll also include the link to Adobe Reader for those who like to keep with the industry standard.

 

Here we have a Metric\Decimal\fractional conversion chart.

Metric/Decimal/Fractional Conversion Chart
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Save the file on your PC where you can find it.

 

Hey yall!! Yes, I'm from Tennessee, deal with it :-)!!! I took the time to create these downloadable PDF toolbox drawer labels for your organizing pleasure. How did I come up with this super smart idea??? Well, I was thumbing through a big name parts catalog and seen their brand name drawer markers for $34 .. ouch!! The computer geek side of me collided with the gearhead side and thought .. Hey I can make those for super cheap!!! I personally don't care if its blingy or flashy. My shop is used .. its not a show room! So, I looked around for some common size Avery labels templates from Microsoft's website. Stole some picts from around the internet and dropped them in the template in a nice neat order ... voila' I created tool box labels. Download the PDF file that I was so nice to create for you. Go to your local department store in the school/office supply area and buy some Avery 5160 labels (they are pretty cheap .. around $5 or so). Drop them in your printer, open the file and print them out. I intentionally left a slight open area under each tool picture. This open area is to write any special labeling if you want. Also, the last 4 labels are blank for that same purpose. Oh yea, if you really wanna be slick. Buy some of those magnet sheets from the craft area. Cut/trim to the labels to the wanted size. Stick the trimmed label pictures to the manet sheets as close as they will fit. Cut out the shapes from the magnet sheets .. there ya go. Surely you know what to do from here. If not, put down the knife or scissors, its safe to assume you shouldn't be playing with sharp objects. I will create more as I get a chance. I like working on my toys also ya know!! Enjoy everyone!! Later

Toolbox Drawer markers
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Save the file on your PC where you can find it.

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