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Old 07-31-2011, 05:31 AM   #1
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I came across this stand recently. I was looking around the Web and found AJ's Machine stands. I figured I would give it a try. It arrived today and I am really happy with the quality. I did have to MOD it with two magnets on the bottom of each tool tray circle. I frickin really like this stand a lot . Here are some pics:







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Old 07-31-2011, 06:16 AM   #2
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Definitely the nicest stand I've ever seen! Is that the 6" x 12" HD Universal one with the tool tray? Just curious, because I am highly interested in getting one myself. Plus, it is American made!
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Yes, it is that size. If you get the tool tray with it, make sure you order the spacer kit, It is $10.

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http://ajsmachine.com/shop/index.php...ory&path=35_65
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Did you get the 4,6, or 8" post?
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Those are nice stands I saw them at motorama this past yr.
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Im digging your pit mat, where can i get one of those
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Old 07-31-2011, 04:10 PM   #7
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Did you get the 4,6, or 8" post?
I went with the 6"

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Im digging your pit mat, where can i get one of those
They are CowRC mats, you can pic them up at this link:CowRC LINK
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Thats an awsome stand It makes my plastic losi one look cheap and nasty (not baggin losi I drive and love them).

Ive never heard of these But its defenetly on my Must get list now..

Thanks for sharing..
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That stand is sweet...Thanks for the link!!!
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That is a nice stand, but I don't think it is worth as much as they are asking.
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Man I really wish someone would come out with a stand with clamps so It can hold my car upside down while I screw/unscrew all the chassis screws. Its such a PITA to juggle with balancing the car upright with one hand and messing with the screws and driver with the other two hands...wait I only have 2 hands!....see what i mean
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That is a nice stand, but I don't think it is worth as much as they are asking.
I believe it is worth how much it costs. This is high quality machining. The materials, labor, shipping are more than reasonable in my opinion. I got this as a gift from my girlfriend, how much of a price can we put on our toys anyway...
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I believe it is worth how much it costs. This is high quality machining. The materials, labor, shipping are more than reasonable in my opinion. I got this as a gift from my girlfriend, how much of a price can we put on our toys anyway...
I work in a machine shop, so my opinion is probably skewed..
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I work in a machine shop, so my opinion is probably skewed..
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You should make RC parts then, start with the RC8T or SC-10 4x4...
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It looks nice but doesn't look functional. The way the tools are held they would seem to get in the way!
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