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Old 11-28-2018, 03:17 PM
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Man, you guys are all high-rollers!


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big ted, that's awesome! Whatever it takes to get it there!

I got one better. Back in the day, if I got there early enough, I could drive right up to the front row pit tables!
Pop the hood, and start charging!

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Old 11-28-2018, 06:38 PM
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I bought the craftsman one last night. I also got a 2 drawer section that is pretty nice. ball bearing slides and I can open it with the other stuff on top...
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Old 11-28-2018, 10:52 PM
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I use these for my 10th scale buggies

https://sistemaplastics.com/products/storage/27-litre-storage-bin

they also have an insert tray that sits at the top. One per car with its tyres and spares, means I can grab the box and know everything is in there. Another smaller one for batts and charger, then a toolbox. I race at an outdoor track so drive up and set up the pit table which makes it easier.
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Old 01-22-2019, 06:11 PM
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What do you use to transport your vehicles, tools, parts and so on to the track?
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I cannot resist posting this picture lol
Not a lot of free space left in the Smart for two guys and there pits going from Montreal to the U.S. Indoor Champs.
I don't think you expected that as an answer...
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Old 01-22-2019, 08:48 PM
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Couple questions:
1. Are those RC specific bags or something else?
2. Are Doritos considered required rc equipment?
3. Can you run your SMART car on your LiPo packs?
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Old 01-23-2019, 02:22 AM
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Originally Posted by daktulos View Post


I cannot resist posting this picture lol
Not a lot of free space left in the Smart for two guys and there pits going from Montreal to the U.S. Indoor Champs.
I don't think you expected that as an answer...
It's a Smart car, so those are actually 1/12 cars in the back
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Mercedes E-class estate. There's enough room in the back of that for everything I own
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Rigid stack on system is very popular.
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old plano pro. tool box.
30 gallon tote
card board box the SC5m came in.

Ford F 250, superduty crew cab long bed..
20 amp fused line to tailgate from battery.. for charger.
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What do you carry your buggies in to the track?
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Hockey bags I have 4 of them.second hand.. 2 hours in Ozone room clean smelling..
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