Keep Your Tools Within Reach With a Rolling Cart
In the old days, you laid your tools out on a fender pad. Try that on a late-model vehicle with a sloped fender and you'll find your tools on the floor. So buy a rolling cart at a tool supplier or build your own (see Rolling Tool Box Cart) and keep all your tools right at your fingertips.
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Save Your Knuckles With Air Power
But first you need a real air compressor like the one shown, not some wimpy $99 2-gallon unit designed to run a nail gun. And don't get suckered by horsepower ratings; they don't mean anything. Instead, look for a compressor with at least a 15- to 20-gallon tank and a minimum output of 5 cfm at 90 psi. That'll power just about any air tool you want, except a sandblaster. For that, you need at least 10 cfm, and a rich uncle.
Find an easier way to haul that air compressor around with this super slick cart.