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Ernst Mfg 6040-RED No-Slip Screwdriver Rails
Ernst Mfg 6040-RED No-Slip Screwdriver Rails

Ernst Mfg 6040-RED No-Slip Screwdriver Rails

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Shake your box all you like, these no-slip rails won’t move an inch! High-grip rubberized material eliminates the need for expensive magnets. Perfect fit for all drawers, even the most shallow. Holds 14 screwdrivers. Comes with two 15-1/2” rails for standard toolbox drawers. Trims down easily for custom fit if needed.

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