Craftsman® And Harley-Davidson Team Up For Special Edition 110th Anniversary Tool Storage Products

Craftsman2Craftsman1The most predictable Harley-Davidson Anniversary co-branded products are of course special-edition tool storage chests. These ones by Craftsman, the official hand and power tool sponsor of the Harley-Davidson 110th Anniversary Celebration, and already available in Sears stores nationwide and online at Craftsman. craftsman.com. All units feature a black frame, official Harley-Davidson “vintage orange” drawer fronts and official Harley-Davidson decaling, including the Harley-Davidson bar and shield.

Three-Drawer Portable Tool Storage Chest (Model #38081):  Easily transport this everyday chest from one site to another. Includes all-steel construction with full-extension drawers and heavy-duty drawbolt latches.  Retails for $79.99.

Nine-Drawer Heavy-Duty Combo (Model #37963/#37964):  Features a five-drawer top chest and four-drawer rolling cabinet. Both pieces feature the new smooth and precise Craftsman® DynaGlide™ ball bearing drawer system that holds up to 75 lbs. per drawer. The rolling cabinet features the durable, Craftsman I-Frame construction and stylized 4.5 in. X 1.5 in. casters. Together, this combo will hold up to 650 lbs. Retails for $699.98.

18-Drawer Heavy-Duty Combo (Model #38708/#38709): Can hold even the largest of tool collections.  This 40-inch unit features a seven-drawer top chest and 11-drawer rolling cabinet. Both pieces feature the new smooth and precise Craftsman® DynaGlide™ ball bearing drawer system that holds up to 75 lbs. per drawer. The rolling cabinet features the durable, Craftsman I-Frame construction and stylized 5 in. x 2 in. casters. Together, this combo will hold up to 1,000 lbs. Retails for $1,399.98.

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12 Responses to “Craftsman® And Harley-Davidson Team Up For Special Edition 110th Anniversary Tool Storage Products”


  1. 1 Rodent May 14th, 2013 at 9:10 am

    From Snap-On to Crafsman, enough said!

  2. 2 CafeSportyTC May 14th, 2013 at 9:59 am

    Harbor Freight has better quality boxes these days….. considering the Harbor freight stuff is probably built in the same building….lol

  3. 3 mk May 14th, 2013 at 10:00 am

    At least they are sticking with Made in China

  4. 4 CafeSportyTC May 14th, 2013 at 10:29 am

    too true MK

  5. 5 Terence Tory May 14th, 2013 at 11:12 am

    I doubt Boulevard or Star sell logo tool boxes.Their riders don’t need tools that much I guess.

  6. 6 BobS May 14th, 2013 at 11:56 am

    This is awesome! Now I will have something in the garage to go with the logo ceiling fan in the living room, the logo toilet seat in the bathroom, the logo grill on the deck, the logo bedsheets in the bedroom, the logo card table in the basement, and the logo plates and glasses in the kitchen, and of course the closet full of logo clothes. Now if I only had a motorcycle…

  7. 7 J.H. May 14th, 2013 at 11:59 am

    Does H-D make regular tools? If not these tool boxes would be a good start.. But then again you could just keep H-D’s special tools in them.

  8. 8 Steelchoppin May 14th, 2013 at 1:10 pm

    A perfect addition to any suburban douche bag garage…the only thing I see missing is the compulsory diamond plate. Maybe I could make some diamond plate drawer liners? This is a perfect place for all the tools needed to bolt more chrome covers over my existing chrome covers when all my buddies come over on their black Street Glides! Awesome. This will go great with my black and orange kegerator!

  9. 9 Steve The Producer Johann May 15th, 2013 at 12:29 pm

    This is a no brainer should have done this 25 years ago.

    Both companies will sell these boxes to all the guys/gals who may not own a bike but wish to own one. Just as Ford added H-D emblems and trim package to their mega sized pick up truck mainly bought by non riders who wish to be cool.

    With no proof to pull from, I guesstimate 1/4 of all H-D branded (non cycle) product is owned by non riders.

    Keep in mind American Chopper has/ was kept on air and in business by largely the non riding public who buy all the imprinted goods at Wall Mart and other outlets.

    So in closing these will sell well.

  10. 10 Sharrack May 15th, 2013 at 10:59 pm

    GOOD LORD…..when will people stop drinking the Kool Aid and giving their paychecks to the church of HD??

  11. 11 Kirk Perry May 16th, 2013 at 1:00 pm

    “Nine-Drawer. Five-drawer top chest and four-drawer rolling cabinet, with the new smooth and precise Craftsman® DynaGlide™ ball bearing drawer system that holds up to 75 lbs. per drawer. The rolling cabinet features the durable, Craftsman I-Frame construction.”
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    Got one – a 1983 model in HA red, added a Sonoma County support sticker inside the lid, with no identifying marks on the exterior.
    Roller bearing extended trays are what’s important, because when your yanking them back and forth all day, any less than roller-bearing action will drive you nuts.

    Why buy Craftsman when you really want roller-bearing Waterloo tray action? Because, in this case, Waterloo is Craftsman. They were back then, and apparently are today.

    The clever devils put their trademark right in our face (above) – with the lower box “end panel” (an I-beam “look” with the side-perimeter rails overlapping the table top and bottom panel).
    In the bottom right corner, on the right side of the box, look for a engraved stamp that says:

    “The end panel configuration is a registered trademark of Waterloo Industries, Inc.”

    This H-D, Craftsman, 9-drawer is a Waterloo box, I can see it from here.

  12. 12 Kirk Perry May 16th, 2013 at 1:45 pm

    Also. The “Craftsman” looks like a sticker that can be pulled. The glue residue is easily removed with Goof Off.

    My “Craftsman” top-box had pewter script with clips (inside) – like the “Duo-Glide” fender script I have, that will cover the (2) existing 5/32 powder-coated holes, if I drill (2) new ones. 🙂

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