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Step 1: The Base
The base. Pretty simple.
Step 2: The Sides
The sides. A little tricky.
Step 3: The Front and Back
The front and back are pretty simple. Just don't get them mixed up. The front pictures are 1-5. The back pictures are 6-10.
Step 4: The First Shelf
The first shelf is a little complicated. All the Y-clips are there so that the hooks won't fall through. If you don't have that many Y-clips you can cut out a 8 1/2" by 4 1/8" piece of thin cardboard (like off a cereal box) and poke holes in it lined up with the holes on the white and black 8-way connectors. You'll have to take of the tan clip as seen in the first picture if you won't to do the cardboard.
Step 5: The Second Shelf
The second shelf is almost like the first one, but with some slight differences.
Step 6: The Lid
The lid, simple as well.
Step 7: The Handles, Separators, and Supports
The handles, separators, and supports are necessities for your tackle box.
Step 8: Attaching the Sides, Front, and Back
Now its time to start putting things together.
Step 9: Attaching the Shelves and Lid
Attaching the shelves and lid is pretty simple. Just follow the pictures.
Step 10: Attaching the Handles, Separators, and Supports
Attaching the handles, separators, and supports is pretty easy, but the handles might be a little hard to snap in.
Step 11: Finished!
Now that your finished its time to throw all your fishing tackle in and get fishing! p.s. Please comment if you have any questions.