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Old 06-09-2005, 12:52 AM   #91
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Level Set-up board.

Ok just drill holes in each corner of your set-up board. Then you buy these little holders that you hammer into the underside of the board, these holder have prongs in them so it hammers in just like a nail. Should take you about 30 seconds to do this whole process. The little feet screw into a holder. Then each time you set-up, put a little level on the board and just twist the feet until you achieve a level set-up board both across (most important for tweak) and front the back.

Also I donít know if you can see it but I rebated a small section out on the top left of the board to put part and screws in. I lined it will black felt so I can pick these little parts up easy. As well as that I stuck on a set-up gauge sticker from Hudy on it and I have a very cool and useful set-up board. Throw some stickers on it and sweet. Also the actually board is the same stuff as a old kitchen cabinet door..Perfect and cheap.

Charger stand also home made. Just bend a sheet of Perspex or poly-carb with a little help from some heat. Sure does make looking at your charger a hell of a lot easier.

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PS. Barry White, now who have you meet from Australia in the past 7 months. Drives a F201 and raced at Japan Worlds.

coxy where abouts in oz did you get those table legs. i've been trying to find some but couldn't. searched all over bunnings.
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Anyone using a dashbord?

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Old 06-09-2005, 01:59 AM   #93
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Default stanley rolling workstation

fits in a lot of stuffs except only setup board and huge chargers!
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Old 06-09-2005, 08:43 AM   #94
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Here is another great little Kose gaget. The motor bearing remover....It also takes out bushings too. Believe it or not it makes it a snap to take out the bearings and bushings of motors. Before you ask I got it from RC Model but htey aren't carrying it anymore. LOL
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Old 06-09-2005, 08:55 AM   #95
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You can actually see how much amps or RPM your motor is making if you have four eyes.
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Old 06-10-2005, 03:34 AM   #96
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How about this for $79

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Old 06-10-2005, 07:01 AM   #97
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these pics are from my room but there setup the same at racing





guy in green chair=me :P
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Old 06-10-2005, 08:26 AM   #98
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I carry the bushing/bearing remover still.....I have them in blue and black....I actually have most of the Kose style tools, plus some cool others, like the timing gauge.....which has been very popular.

I've posted some pics in our thread, feel free to check them out.....pretty much everything is in stock.

http://www.rctech.net/forum/showthre...&page=35&pp=30

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A lefthander tweek board is a must have!
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In Holland, nearly everyone has a PolyButler Pitbox case:



Loads of thing fit in that one pretty well. I have two of them in which I can line up all my equipment.

I'm considering buing a Multiplex case for the smaller stuff. This is the best picture I was able to find. Does anybody use this case?


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In Holland, nearly everyone has a PolyButler Pitbox case:



Loads of thing fit in that one pretty well. I have two of them in which I can line up all my equipment.

I'm considering buing a Multiplex case for the smaller stuff. This is the best picture I was able to find. Does anybody use this case?


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Here is the parts box I use. Screws, spare parts etc fit up top with tools underneath. It holds everything I need to support two cars. Made by akro-mills.
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ah....... the irreplaceable poly butler
here's what I carry in mine
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Been using this Plano 797 for 7 years, still available but special order only from plano.
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Yeah, I still have mine... It's about 15 years old! It now serves as my home workbench parts box. Everyone had one back in the day...
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