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Old 07-16-2014, 08:54 PM   #1
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Anyone here knows where we could get boxes the size of Tamiya Pro chassis boxes? (Eg. TB04Pro, EVO 6 etc..)

These boxes are perfectly sized for fitting a whole 1/10 touring with body. Great for transporting or storing.

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Why not just get handy with a bigger box, a box cutter and some tape.

I make smaller boxes from larger ones all the time

Granted, might not be as pretty, but works the same.
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You can get it from uline with a Carrying handle. There's a bulk limit you must be, like 70 bucks worth.
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Anyone here knows where we could get boxes the size of Tamiya Pro chassis boxes? (Eg. TB04Pro, EVO 6 etc..)

These boxes are perfectly sized for fitting a whole 1/10 touring with body. Great of transporting of storing.

Thanks!
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You can get it from uline with a Carrying handle. There's a bulk limit you must be, like 70 bucks worth.
We have some of these boxes.
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Why not just get handy with a bigger box, a box cutter and some tape.

I make smaller boxes from larger ones all the time

Granted, might not be as pretty, but works the same.
Thats a great idea. With all the stuff im ordering online, ive got tons of bigger boxes. Will do!
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Buy a Tamiya kit, throw away everything inside it and you have a box!
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Touring sized boxes used to be quite common. They are still listed on the Team Atlas website (google it). Or you could try and find the inner boxes from a touring car hauler seperately.
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Buy a Tamiya kit, throw away everything inside it and you have a box!
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