Store and organize your sockets in a whole new way with the Baylor Socket Roll (BSR). Featuring the amazing non-slip Trelleborg hypalon, this chemical and abrasion resistant material keeps your sockets in place while you’re on the go. Two removable panels can attach to any strip, allowing you to take your sockets wherever you go. This tool roll is large enough to hold your standard and deep well sockets, both SAE and metric. There are 5 separate loop panels on the body of the Baylor to affix our powerful magnetic panels and keep from misplacing your parts or tools. With all this in the Baylor, you can still roll it up with 14lbs of tools, securing it with SR buckle straps. The reinforced handle makes transportation of your sockets effortless.
**IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO BUY TRIAL GEAR OR FACTORY SECONDS** Please note these items have been lightly used, rigorously tested, stained, or sewn incorrectly. These items can be a discontinued version or old material that is no longer in production. They DO fall under our Lifetime Warranty! There is only a limited quantity.
Features and Benefits
– Two panels with 11 slots comprised of 1.5″ elastic for shallow and deep sockets
– Trelleborg Hypalon strips keep your sockets in place
– Internal carry pouch for ratchet and extensions
– Elastic retention slot for carry pouch
– Roll up style allows Baylor to fit in compact spaces
– Rugged 1000D Cordura® construction to last a lifetime
– Hand crafted in the USA
– Lifetime Guarantee
**TOOLS NOT INCLUDED**
Like the Mifflin, the Baylor Socket roll offers you storage and organization of your sockets. It also provides you with a large clean work surface, similar to the Dragoon Multi Purpose mat. George Baylor had links to Thomas Mifflin and dragoons in the Revolutionary War. He was an aide-de-camp to General George Washington, like Thomas Mifflin. General Washington found his aide “as good, and as obliging a young Man as any in the World, and… Serviceable in Riding, & delivering verbal Orders.” Washington chose Baylor to deliver the news of the success at the Battle of Trenton to the Continental Congress, commenting on Baylor’s “spirited Behavior upon every Occasion” in his letter to John Hancock. He later became the Commander of the 3rd Regiment of Light Dragoons.