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Old 03-12-2007, 04:44 AM
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i was curious as ive now accumulated over 20 motors and its time to start finding something to hold my motors in so there not touching cans any help would be great thanks
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what about a strip of wood with holes drilled in it with a carpenter's bit? maybe bevelled too to stop them falling out...
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Old tires...

works for 1/10scale and my full size engines

(keeps the garage floor scratch free as a scoot them around the ground)
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Motor tubes or motor cases! Ea motorsports carries the seperate tubes. Fishing tackle/lure boxes work also. Corally makes a sweet motor box as does trinity.

http://www.teameamotorsports.com/contact.html
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I run a few motor cases when I was running brushed motors. But now I run brushless instead.
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