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Old 10-19-2008, 10:27 PM   #1
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Default What tool box do you use?

I'm looking something to carry everything with wheels.
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Old 10-19-2008, 11:18 PM   #2
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i use this one, it fits everything in it and has wheels
http://www.stanleytools.com/default....e+Work+Station
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That's a good prospect... Thx...
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That one is pretty cool. I dont know what brand I use, it's just a yellow carry one with a clear top. Gets annoying carrying it around.

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Old 10-20-2008, 04:29 AM   #5
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http://www.stanleytools.com/default....NUMBER=020626R

I've been using this for two seasons now. Granted, you can't store a vehicle in it. But it is great for all accessories. Probably around $75
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http://www.stanleytools.com/default....NUMBER=020626R

I've been using this for two seasons now. Granted, you can't store a vehicle in it. But it is great for all accessories. Probably around $75
That's a really neat one there... But I can not find this model anywhere online. How much did u pay for it?
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I been using this one for the last 8 months and it fits everything including 2 chargers truggy wheel and remote...Well built too
http://www.stanleytools.com/default....le+Work+Center
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Mine is a Stanley as well, similar to the one above. Its alright, but wouldnt really recomend it, due to its inability to balance very well. The first one posted will be the better one in my opinion

Best thing is to go check them out at your local Home Depot.

Dont buy one untill you found the one that you believe will suit you best. Albiet, the rolling ones are very convenient. Just a(n) unblancing problem with mine...
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Yea, I will go check today at home depot and see.

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i use the team magic bag.. have had for a few years and holds up well
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How much you wanna spend? What do you mean everything? Thread says tool box,question is everything box.Read the notes on this,same as team Magic F8 bag only cheaper.tools go on top car with tires & wing on in top drawer & "everything" below. Not the one I have but getting one as a second bag.

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXURU3&P=7
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I use a Pro Box. Best purchase I made for carrying all my stuff. I used to use a stanley box and a tote to carry all my stuff. It took me 15 minutes to set up at the beginning of the night and 15 minutes to pack everything up at the end of the night. Now I just roll the Pro Box in and plug it in and I'm good to go. http://www.rcprobox.com/

My Pro Box should be in next months or the months after RC Driver. They're doing a small blurb about it from when I was at the Vintage nationals.
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I use a Pro Box. Best purchase I made for carrying all my stuff. I used to use a stanley box and a tote to carry all my stuff. It took me 15 minutes to set up at the beginning of the night and 15 minutes to pack everything up at the end of the night. Now I just roll the Pro Box in and plug it in and I'm good to go. http://www.rcprobox.com/

My Pro Box should be in next months or the months after RC Driver. They're doing a small blurb about it from when I was at the Vintage nationals.
I didn't check, but I'm guessing that box is more than most buggies!, Pretty cool, but looks kinda cramped
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I use a Pro Box. Best purchase I made for carrying all my stuff. I used to use a stanley box and a tote to carry all my stuff. It took me 15 minutes to set up at the beginning of the night and 15 minutes to pack everything up at the end of the night. Now I just roll the Pro Box in and plug it in and I'm good to go. http://www.rcprobox.com/

My Pro Box should be in next months or the months after RC Driver. They're doing a small blurb about it from when I was at the Vintage nationals.
Looks pretty heavy. How heavy is it?
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I use my cordless Dremel bag and a big ol' Plano tackle. Who needs organization for tools?
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