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Old 01-14-2017, 08:06 PM
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hey guys I'm looking for a good way to store the 4oz diff and shock oil bottles. I have a couple plano long and tall containers but they will only hold a few bottles. I want to find some to hold them all in one spot. let me see what everyones using.
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Plano spinner bait boxes from Bass Pro.
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Plano spinner bait boxes from Bass Pro.
that's what I have and it only holds about 7 bottles. these r they larger 4oz bottles I'm looking for.
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Hudy makes an oil storage bag
HUD199280L

http://www.hudy.net/xhudy/news/newsd...512b65aba56bef


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http://www.sterilite.com/SelectProdu...=249&section=1

It holds 16 bottles, I use it for my shock oils. I keep a paper towel in the bottom to absorb any drips and its nice because it will contain any spills. It also fits perfectly in hauler bag drawers.

Best part about it?? $5 bucks on Amazon

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http://www.basspro.com/Plano-HydroFl...ct/1308150929/ This might work. I know they one big enough as I have seen it at the stores and at the track.
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Hudy makes an oil storage bag
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http://www.hudy.net/xhudy/news/newsd...512b65aba56bef


+1 i have this bag and its awesome.
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Who the hell would pay $50 for a bag to put shock oil in?
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Who the hell would pay $50 for a bag to put shock oil in?
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Who the hell would pay $50 for a bag to put shock oil in?


High rollers bud...high rollers.


Wife picked me up a box from Hobby Lobby. She was tired of me using a little cardboard box ( bottom fell out finally and duct tape wouldn't stick to it due to it being saturated with oils for 15 years) for like $10. Cant remember the name but it's made by a company in England. Tall enough for those odd size bottles and fits about 30 of them. Lid locks both ways so you can stack multiple without them sliding everywhere. Not bad for $10.


http://www.hobbylobby.com/Crafts-Hob...p/28974-PI0430


Guess its $7 on line
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$3.97 ... perfect fit



https://www.walmart.com/ip/Sterilite...h-Box/46001916
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this is why I just roll with a tackle box. all these specialized containers are annoying. having a big rolling $150 bag might be cool for travel but I don't need it.
my shock oils fit in the top they made for hanging lures. it doesn't hold every bottle I have so I bring only the weights I know I'll need.
the tackle box holds enough parts to build a whole 1/8 scale buggy(out of their packages) and all of my tools. very happy with it. I didn't think I would be and now I feel it's the best $40 I've spent
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High rollers bud...high rollers.


Wife picked me up a box from Hobby Lobby. She was tired of me using a little cardboard box ( bottom fell out finally and duct tape wouldn't stick to it due to it being saturated with oils for 15 years) for like $10. Cant remember the name but it's made by a company in England. Tall enough for those odd size bottles and fits about 30 of them. Lid locks both ways so you can stack multiple without them sliding everywhere. Not bad for $10.


http://www.hobbylobby.com/Crafts-Hob...p/28974-PI0430


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That is not high rollers, thats just foolish. I have a Hudy bag for my on-road cars as well as a pouch for my tools. I did not pay for price for them, I would not pay Hudy prices for their stuff. Its quality, but not that quality. I am far from poor, and I love to spend money. But I would rather spend $50 on so many other things than a Hudy shock oil bag.
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So I wound up with getting a plano amo box from dicks. All of the things you guys post would be fine if I was storing the 2oz bottles. But since the 4oz bottles are twice as big half as many fit. I was trying to get away with using one container.
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Originally Posted by 1/4milecrazy View Post
That is not high rollers, thats just foolish. I have a Hudy bag for my on-road cars as well as a pouch for my tools. I did not pay for price for them, I would not pay Hudy prices for their stuff. Its quality, but not that quality. I am far from poor, and I love to spend money. But I would rather spend $50 on so many other things than a Hudy shock oil bag.
oh come on you know you bought a $2500 exhaust for that bike Yeah I'm a track addict on my bike...I know what it costs to play..
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