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Old 09-30-2010, 08:03 AM   #1
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Does anyone remember the old Bolink Blue Parts boxs?

RC4Less has a knock off of them - but is out of stock and does not know when they will be back in stock.

Anyone out there know where I can find something like that or want to sell one or two.

Thanks in advance.
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Old 09-30-2010, 01:21 PM   #2
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I bought some deviders from this shop. They also have the complete trays listed.

***.IKASWEBSHOP.COM

Lately I have switched to using bead organizers. They are cheap, $11, and each screw or what ever is in it's own container. I found them at Michaels or some similar craft supply store. The plastic is also much more durable than the Hozan trays. May not work for your application but thought I would mention it.
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Old 09-30-2010, 02:11 PM   #3
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Does anyone remember the old Bolink Blue Parts boxs?

RC4Less has a knock off of them - but is out of stock and does not know when they will be back in stock.

Anyone out there know where I can find something like that or want to sell one or two.

Thanks in advance.
I think this is what Shaun was talking about:

http://shop.rings-things.com/cart/pc...dproduct=17334

I have several of these and they work great. I have purchased online from some bead vendors like the one above but I also have found them on ebay for a little $9.99. Most even come with a usable pair of tweezers and a scoop. Have not found a use for the scoop.
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I think this is what Shaun was talking about:

http://shop.rings-things.com/cart/pc...dproduct=17334

I have several of these and they work great. I have purchased online from some bead vendors like the one above but I also have found them on ebay for a little $9.99. Most even come with a usable pair of tweezers and a scoop. Have not found a use for the scoop.
Oops! I meant Sean.
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Yes that is exactly what I have been using. The blue trays are better at sorting larger parts and springs. But I think these other boxes are better for screws, shims, and bearings. Much easier to get also.
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Thanks guys. I may try them for screws but I do like the other ones for larger items so if anyone has one or knows where I can get them drop me a note. Thanks again.
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Thought I would share. Someone sent me the link.



That's them.

http://www.ikaswebshop.com/hobpacadostn.html
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Yes that is exactly what I have been using. The blue trays are better at sorting larger parts and springs. But I think these other boxes are better for screws, shims, and bearings. Much easier to get also.
I used a smaller version of that made out of a different plastic to sort out my rear ride height adapters, front ride height spacers, front springs, screws, and more. Worked great until the heat warped all of the little boxes inside. The ones pictured there look like they should hold up a lot better.
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