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Get your tools out where you can see them with pegboard storage.  You can change it around as you like, making it convenient and very flexible.  However, a common problem with pegboard hooks is that they come loose or fall out when removing tools.  Here's the solution.

This new product is a tool holder made by Talon.  It engages the pegboard in three places. Once the hook is in position, simply push the screw in.  This spreads the two wings locking the entire thing in place.

These tool holders come in seven different styles.  This is a screwdriver holder, which has a closed loop for small screwdrivers......for larger screwdrivers I cut the front of the loop so the shaft just slides in from the front.

This plier holder holds just about any kind of plier. This short elbow is good for box wrenches. This is a long straight bar, which works for things like a crescent wrench......it can also be used to drop a drill into.

Finally, these curved hooks are perfect for hammers and saws.  The best part about this hook system is that everytime a tool is taken down or put back, the hooks won't go anywhere.

The pegboard hooks featured in this video article are available from www.talonhooks.com.

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