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Old 11-18-2003, 08:29 PM   #1
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Talking TOOL BOX Thread!!! (A Man needs tools and BoX)

Post pics of your tool box set up!
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Old 11-18-2003, 08:40 PM   #5
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what kinda toolboxes are those
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Old 11-18-2003, 08:54 PM   #6
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what kinda toolboxes are those
Looks like they are Plano tackle boxes. You can get these at any merchandise store ( Wal-Mart and K-Mart have the best prices so far, but there may be other places that may have better prices. )
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Old 11-18-2003, 08:57 PM   #7
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i have, two tool box sets. One for my LHS, because it's close, so i can take verything. Then i have my duffle bag for when i travel. I got a big ol' craftsman box, one of those black and red ones.
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It's a plano tackle box and I got it from wall mart 29.95 canadian (probably around 20 ~ 25 in us)
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i just have a small toolbox from tamiya. those clear ones thats for 4WD racers. holds everything i need, ill get a picture up sometime.
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i use a hockey bag to haul everything around
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nothing fancy...i use a small tupperware box
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Old 11-19-2003, 02:41 AM   #12
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Here are my boxes. the tackle box has all my tools and sits in the bottom of the yellow box. The black one holds my touring car on top and all of my electronic equipment on the bottom as well as having trays on top for batteries and the yellow center part swings around to make another battery tray. Every time I go to a race it seems like I have more stuff to take with. And they both have wheels and extendable handles.
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seens like a lotta stuff!! i just have one tool box that keeps tools and motors and other junk, another box that keeps my batters, chargers tire sauce, then just carry my car around
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Man, I got a lot of stuff

1 - xray pit bag. holds spare parts, wheels/tires, small sorted stuff (nuts, screws, etc in a compartment organizer) one of my chargers, cooling fan and Hudy tools.

2. A tool box with two slide out drawers. Holds all my tools, soldering iron, dig calipers, calculator. Bottom drawer holds my case of cells and misc greases/dif oils/shock oils in a tray.

3. Ofna pit bag - holds my hudy setup board, com lathe, tire truer, pitbull power supply, motor case and track hex driver along with a binder full of my car manuals and electronic manuals.

Another random bag holds my pit towel, spray bottle of alcohol, extension cord and power strip.

I hand carry my Cars and CE GFX.

No wonder im so exhausted after dragging all this crap back and forth to the track every weekend, I need a mover!

I bet I could get a plano box and solve a lot of my problems....or it might cause new ones.

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It's a plano tackle box and I got it from wall mart 29.95 canadian (probably around 20 ~ 25 in us)
1 doller canadian = 0.74 US

ha ha.... u do the math

kinda hard to believe
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