Tools needed:a) hacksaw
Resizing is normally done when either:
Resizing is done by removing sections from the right side of the WrenchBoss.
First, determine the largest size tray needed; all trays larger than this size will be trimmed off.
Use a hacksaw or other similar cutting device to cut through the top and bottom sides of the tray immediately to the right of the largest tray to be kept (see Illustration 1). In this illustration, the 1-inch wrench tray will be the largest size tray. Cut as close to the right side of the remaining tray as possible.
Resizing down to 1" maximum wrench size
|Using a sharp cutting knife (such as an Exacto knife), score the bottom of the tray along the outside of the rightmost tray that will be kept (see Illustration 2). Score as close to the right side of the remaining tray as possible. Your scoring should line up with the top and bottom cuts made in the previous step.||
Set the WrenchBoss on the edge of a table with the portion to be removed hanging over the edge; carefully flex the portion to be removed along the scored edge until it snaps free.