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Hi All,

I am hoping someone can help me out here, at Motorama this past weekend I saw some guys carrying what looked like a Sterilite storage box with 3 rows in it and a clear lid, the rows were big enough to store 10th scale offroad tires nice and neatly.

Its a red base with clear lid, does anyone know who makes them or where they can be found? I have not had any luck so far.

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Hi All,

I am hoping someone can help me out here, at Motorama this past weekend I saw some guys carrying what looked like a Sterilite storage box with 3 rows in it and a clear lid, the rows were big enough to store 10th scale offroad tires nice and neatly.

Its a red base with clear lid, does anyone know who makes them or where they can be found? I have not had any luck so far.

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One of the guys at my track had some really nice tire containers. Pole Cat Raceway in Kingsville, MO sold them but I don't find them on their website. Might try to contact them via facebook. Let me know what you find out, I would like to have some too.

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http://www.dialedinc.com/tirestorage.html
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Google search 3.5" diameter tube and you can find many interesting possibilities.
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Thanks all for the suggestions, but the one I am looking for would fit perfectly in my OGIO Sled

Here is a pic of a similar product


but the one I am looking for has 3 row to it and you can stand your tires in the rows.
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Thanks all for the suggestions, but the one I am looking for would fit perfectly in my OGIO Sled

Here is a pic of a similar product


but the one I am looking for has 3 row to it and you can stand your tires in the rows.
I love this. That's a devilled egg holder.Lol. I think what you are looking for is located at your local sporting goods store in the hunting and fishing department. I use dry storage ammo and tackle boxes. They work great and your tires wont dry out.
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I love this. That's a devilled egg holder.Lol. I think what you are looking for is located at your local sporting goods store in the hunting and fishing department. I use dry storage ammo and tackle boxes. They work great and your tires wont dry out.
Well its actually an ornament holder and I did say similar to this, not this exactly.
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Still having no luck..
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