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Old 12-17-2011, 01:02 PM
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Hey wait,i didnt see a list for all the parts(carry bag full) and tire truer,Box of tires(nitro onroad),bearings,spare engines ready to go....fuel.......etc..to much to list.LOL!!





what about charger / power supply if needed and balancer / and not to mention a setup board and what about the towel so screws dont take off on ya , i think he see's where this is going lol
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Old 12-17-2011, 05:15 PM
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Can anyone tell me about the shock stand in the Mike Truhe shock tip video? I can't tell if it's a manufactured item or a homemade setup.

I can't post the URL yet, but it's the first hit if you search Google or Youtube for "Team Losi Racing Shock Tips."
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Old 12-17-2011, 05:20 PM
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Can anyone tell me about the shock stand in the Mike Truhe shock tip video? I can't tell if it's a manufactured item or a homemade setup.

I can't post the URL yet, but it's the first hit if you search Google or Youtube for "Team Losi Racing Shock Tips."
It is actually the bottom of a shock air pump remover....Mine was made by Tamiya......
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I have way to much stuff to post and most of it already has been covered..
mainly just dont forget the .357 snub nose.. sometimes you get those sketchy guys running through the pits!
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I have way to much stuff to post and most of it already has been covered..
mainly just dont forget the .357 snub nose.. sometimes you get those sketchy guys running through the pits!




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allen drivers
socket drivers
Integy shock shaft pliers
Integy Quick pit drivers
Integy Quick pit sockets
Spare tips, .050, 1/16th, 1.5mm
Cordless driver for quick pits

Racers Edge diff tool
Racers Edge ball cup tool
Racers Edge shock piston finger drills

Hudy Setup System

Tire Balancer w/clay
Sharpie for labeling tire/compound/insert combinations

Digital Calipers

3 tierod wrenchs - Asoociated, Lundsford, Losi

Losi Ride Height Gauge
Losi Camber Gauge
Losi Shock Tool

Associated stamped shock tools for their cars
Losi shock tools for their cars, diff tool, slipper tool

Dremel (corded) with sanding drum, cutoff wheel, and a carbide cutting bit

Hakko Soldering station
Solder
Flux paste
3rd hand clamps
heat shrink tubing assortment
small cable ties
CRC wire hold down clips
spare deans plugs
spare bullet connectors

simple Green
shock oils 25, 27.5, 30, 32.5, 35, 37.5, 40 weights
Ofna shock stand
Green slime
AE steath diff lube and grease
tire glue w/ rubber bands
glue Tips
thread lock - blue
Rags
Q-tips
motor Spray
tire traction compound
Tire cleaning tub

hobby Knife and spare blades
double sided servo tape
straight lexan scisssors
curved lexan scissors
THS body reamer
needle nose pliers
side cutters
Exacto straight edge ruler
tooth brush
small pick (dirt from screw heads)

Pinions
Paragon pinion caddy

Spare sensor board for motors
Spare sensor cable for motors
Spare fan for ESC
Spare Axle bearings
Spare fasteners, body clips, nuts, wheel pins, etc.

That should be about it....
That's pretty dang close to what I have.

I have an extra reciever, transponder, esc and servo as well. I don't usually carry an extra motor, though.
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Everything I take has been covered except my 4 year old crew chief... He brings toys, snacks, and a dvd player... By the end of the night I have 10 kids surrounding my pit watching Toy Story 3... LOL.. Wouldn't want it any other way...
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Old 12-17-2011, 07:57 PM
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People have forgotten camber gauge and ride height gauge. I keep gum and skittles in mine, chewing gum helps me to relax on the stand, and skittles are just plain awesome.
+1 for the skittle, they are pretty much amazing
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looken to add a camber and rid height gauge to my box and was wondering what you guys think i should put my money towards?
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Originally Posted by vw addict View Post
Cool man, I wasn't judging or saying you sucked or anything. If you need to take your time to fix something right, than do it. Sometimes rushing presents it's own problems.
yer well normally the most annoying problem is electrical glitches all batteries de soldering themselves on you.
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HAVE FUN. THIS IS THE BEST ITEM FOR ANY PIT BOX.
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If I listed everything I carry too the track we would be here a while... Most of it really isn't necessary but the day I don't bring it is the day I need it... So all of it comes with me..
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If I listed everything I carry too the track we would be here a while... Most of it really isn't necessary but the day I don't bring it is the day I need it... So all of it comes with me..
I feel the same way too, but some days I feel like I need to down size lol
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Originally Posted by kjohnsiii View Post
I feel the same way too, but some days I feel like I need to down size lol
I hear ya, seems like I am hauling over 100 pounds of crap to the track not counting tires or cars... Just parts, tools, and batteries.
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Originally Posted by thecman26 View Post
If I listed everything I carry too the track we would be here a while... Most of it really isn't necessary but the day I don't bring it is the day I need it... So all of it comes with me..
I hear ya there. As soon as i pack light and leave something home sure enough i need it. Now i wonder if i never would have bought that part if i woild have needed it. Murphy's law has to apply somewhere. Lol
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