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Old 04-11-2009, 07:14 PM
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Default Tube Caddy For Use As A First Aid Box

Tube caddies converted to be used as first aid boxes were popular in my area in N. CA. We purchased these from the commercial electronics supply, where TV shops would buy items for their trade. I liked what as known as the Caddy Jr., as it was small enough to hold everything I needed and not take up a lot of space in the rig. These cases were made by the Knickerbocker Company.
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I have a very old first aid kit that my brother found in the basement of the home he recently purchased. I suspect it is very old, unfortunately the exterior is rusted. It still has all of the original contents. I would like to paint it for use in the car. Any suggestions? I will post pictures.
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I would, but I dont think I can, as I am not a site supporter.
Im still trying to find a place to mount it that looks good, and possibly correct.
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I had to wait to do that to felt like a out cast. send one to me a least. I would not mount it. the mounts were to put it on the wall of a office. most of the time in the ambulance it would just set in a compartment. then you could take it with you. if there is no place in back, store it behind the front seat. display it on the gurney when you show the car.
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