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Old 11-21-2003, 11:05 PM   #46
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Cool...
Wow... 2 GFXs...

that's like....
alot of money...
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Old 11-21-2003, 11:18 PM   #47
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Not for what I paid for them!
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Old 11-25-2003, 08:31 AM   #48
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Here is what I use for my tools, power supply, batteries, spare parts, motor case, Pitbull, MIllenium, and various sprays and chemicals.





I have a metal briefcase for my Tx and GFX. Lastly a GM 3 box cargo bag for tires, tweak board, and soem other stuff.
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Old 11-25-2003, 04:38 PM   #49
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I almost went that route, but theres not enough sliding drawers for me to organize my hand tools. That is the only downside. I hate stacking things in a box, because you know what you need to get is at the bottom!
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I really cut down on the amount of stuff I take to the track in the fall. I keep my stuff at the track now, so I didn't want to have my toolbox, losi bag, and duffle bag there. I ended up eliminating my toolbox, putting all my tools in a large compartmented container, and stuffing that in my small duffel back with my car. Everything else, fluids, cleaners all went into the Losi bag with the rest of my track equipment.
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Old 11-26-2003, 10:21 AM   #51
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do you a picture where you keep you GFX and transmitter? is your TX an m8?
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yea i know what you mean when you run out of draw space and have to end up pilling shit into a box that you know you will have to un pack for race day. i should get my pit box on here soon. as soon as i figure out how to post pictures.
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do you a picture where you keep you GFX and transmitter? is your TX an m8?
My tx is a 3D, I'll post a pict later.
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I out grew my plano , I couldnt seem to fit everything in there . I went back to walmart , but still couldnt find anything big enough so i picked this up at a store near by
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I out grew my plano , I couldnt seem to fit everything in there . I went back to walmart , but still couldnt find anything big enough so i picked this up at a store near by
Whoa that thing is awsome I want one.
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that was my idea, haha. Me and 2 of my friends that used to race, where going to change my friends littles bros. motorcross trailer, into a r/c trailer. But, both guys got out of r/c, because i was too expensive, and they weren't serious about it, and i was, so im stayed in. Now, i have three boxs, my main one, my little part box, hehe, and my battery box/motor
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That trailer needs a ballbearing rollaway, sat TV, a microwave/refrigerator, and Im sure Im forgetting something! N4S, I love it. I will probally end up needing one of those very soon!
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Its got a tv with dvd . I got a refrigerator , but unless its powered durring the week the ice box melts all over the place , so a big cooler does just fine. I am lazy , so this sure beats loading and unloading every weekend.
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