Milwaukee Packout Tool Case With Customizable Insert 48-22-8450

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Part# 12-05657
MFR Model# 48-22-8450


Packout Modular Storage System is the industry's most durable and versatile storage system.

Tool Case with Customizable Foam Insert has an impact-resistant molded base that users can connect with all other Packout system components via integrated locking cleats. This durable tool storage box is constructed with impact resistant polymer and a metal reinforced locking point so it can withstand harsh job site environments.

Heavy duty tool case is IP65 rated weather seal protects tools and accessories from rain and other jobsite debris. The Tool Case has a 75 pound weight capacity and includes a customizable foam insert, which allows you to trace and cut out custom pockets to securely store and protect your tools. Packout Modular Storage System allows you to customize and build your own storage system to easily transport and organize your tools and accessories.


  • Part of the Packout Modular Storage System
  • Impact Resistant Polymer Construction
  • 75lbs Weight Capacity
  • Heavy Duty Latches
  • IP65 Rated Weather Seal
  • Metal Reinforced Locking Point
  • Reinforced Hinge
  • Mounting Location for the One-Key Tick Tool and Equipment Tracker


  • Weight: 5.69 lb
  • Width: 20.7"
  • Depth: 15.2"
  • Exterior Dimensions: 20.7" W x 15.2" D x 6.2" H
  • Interior Dimensions: 18.9" W x 12.6" D x 4.5" H

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