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Old 07-25-2004, 11:06 PM   #211
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I took a couple at the track this weekend - it was early, so the lot looks empty. I resized them down so they should be an easy download.

At the track - Pic 1

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After I got home and unloaded, I took a couple of my workbench area here...

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Old 07-25-2004, 11:09 PM   #212
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With all that I'm sure you can afford a better pit towel..

Nice cozy home pit.. makes me warm all over...
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Old 07-25-2004, 11:11 PM   #213
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Very nice, very clean.
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Old 07-26-2004, 01:01 AM   #214
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AHHH! All that neatness and organization, it scares me.
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Old 07-26-2004, 05:13 AM   #215
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I took a couple at the track this weekend - it was early, so the lot looks empty. I resized them down so they should be an easy download.

At the track - Pic 1

At the track - Pic 2

At the track - Pic 3

After I got home and unloaded, I took a couple of my workbench area here...

At Home - Pic 1

At Home - Pic 2


That's a cool collection of tools ther buddy!.. I like the set of trinity tools...nice work area at home...


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Its a great place bro as well as your tools.. I like the soldering iron..
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Old 07-26-2004, 08:53 AM   #216
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That "neatness and organization" was as soon as I had everything set up - it didn't take long to become total chaos...

I learned pretty quick that having good tools is huge. It is actually the Losi wrenches in the Trinity "bag" - The Hudy soldering iron was probably the best investment I have made so far.

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That "neatness and organization" was as soon as I had everything set up - it didn't take long to become total chaos...

I learned pretty quick that having good tools is huge. It is actually the Losi wrenches in the Trinity "bag" - The Hudy soldering iron was probably the best investment I have made so far.

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You mean Hakko Soldering Iron...right? Hudy doesn't make any!

Anyways, nice setup!

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Old 07-26-2004, 09:04 AM   #218
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uhhhh yeah - it's too early in the week to think straight! I have a Hudy set-up system on the brain! (wish I had one in my pit box)
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I will try to post some photos of my pit room but I think I need to clean it up some.. I dont think you guy's understand mess untill you see it..I was cleaning it up some last week and found 2 V12's(speed controllers)I forgot I had.. It sucks getting old..
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Nice setup guys... I've got all my crap spread out all over the place... Whatever I'm not using is in my shed cause I ran out of room in the house... I went out and bought myself a folding table and now I'm working on my cars in my music studio... It's nicer in here than my garage anyway... Plus I have 4 sportbikes and a corvette in there...
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Super sweet.
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Very nice area.

I have that toolbox too. Great for hauling your gear!

Is it just me or does everyone have those white racks for their chargers? I still gotta get me one
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Very nice area.

I have that toolbox too. Great for hauling your gear!

Is it just me or does everyone have those white racks for their chargers? I still gotta get me one
Actually, I just bought the toolbox a few days ago for two reasons... I saw your post on it awhile back and also Home Depot dropped their price on it from $79 to $49.

I bought the white rack from Target. I'm sure you'll have them at the Greatland Target near Serramonte (I grew up in Daly City)

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I am going to buy one of those toolboxes. I didn't see it at Home Depot, though, where were they stored? It's a multi-deck box, right?

Here's my workbench. I'm pretty new to RC but not too new to destroying electronics
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