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Husky tool caddie used for pit caddie

Old 03-13-2011, 04:17 PM
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I found this at home depot for $20. I find this very useful and spacious. It carries all my tools, radio, and starter box.



I would also like to see what you guys use as wheel at a pit caddie that's not from an RC manufacture.
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dam im going to get that it whould make it so much easier to carry that and my truggy to tune my engine during practice
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Dang ! and all this time I been using a grocery bag....
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What's the wood glue for?

Looks like a good find.
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Originally Posted by teeforb View Post
I found this at home depot for $20. I find this very useful and spacious. It carries all my tools, radio, and starter box.



I would also like to see what you guys use as wheel at a pit caddie that's not from an RC manufacture.
I gotta ask, what is the Titebond wood glue used for...lol new top secret tire compound or something...lol
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Wood glue helps for engine tuning. Put a little in your carb and your good to go....


















Haha. Jus kidding. Wood glue for my drawer that I need to fix. Got everything from home depot!
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Been using the exact same one for a few years now, works great. Only difference is mine is all gray, no red panel.
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Funny.. I have the more square looking one Husky then I saw this one so I bought it cause I thought it would fit more stuff but when I got home I couldn't get my Losi Starter Box to fit so I returned it . But now I got the same starter box as yours.

Is it a really tight squeeze putting that Ofna inside there??

Also I'm eyeing a Husky bag right now that is bigger, has a roller and also a luggage style telescopic handle - $60 at Home Depot.
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I got the square version, $18, works good also.
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Look where else this caddie was used.

http://www.redrc.net/2011/03/video-a...1-rocket-jump/
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