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Old 12-09-2007, 11:55 AM   #1
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i am looking to get a pit box and the only one i see is the rb does any one know about a pit box other than the the one that rb products makes thanks
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Old 12-09-2007, 02:25 PM   #2
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Go to your local hardware store and buy a tradesman tool holder that straps over your shoulder. Very popular here in oz. They hold quite alot and are only $25 here.
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i am looking to get a pit box and the only one i see is the rb does any one know about a pit box other than the the one that rb products makes thanks
Only RB makes an RC Pit Box.
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stop by lowes home depot walmart sears etc etc etc and find a rooling toolbox that fits your needs and customize it to suit your R/C's

thats what i had to do as the soft sided bags just weren't doing it for me and the RB box was just too much $ for me to justify.
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This is the kyosho pit box currently in Stock. Tell me if you are interested, I can ship it anywhere.
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Old 12-10-2007, 10:40 PM   #7
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the upper box can carry 1/10 on road car.
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We use something similar to that, that is what juzza99 is talkingj about.
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thanks, but i was looking for something similiar to the alu pitbox that rb makes not a tool box. something to carry the items you need while you are pitting only.
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thanks, but i was looking for something similiar to the alu pitbox that rb makes not a tool box. something to carry the items you need while you are pitting only.
Like Kamikaze said, RB is the ONLY one on the market. That or make your own. I used one of those plastic cleaners type rubbermaid things. You know where it has the handle in the middle and a 5 inch slot on each side and is about 16-18 inches long. On one side you can fit your starter box and the other side you can fit your fuel bottle/gun, temp gun tools etc. I'll send a pic of how I did mine up about 10 years ago and still love the thing. Probably only 10 bucks or so too! Once you see how I did mine, it will make more sence.
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That's what he's looking for:



I think RB has discontinued it.

Shouldn't be too hard to make one yourselves though.
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This is what i use, heaps of pockets for all your tools and things and fits your starter box inside, just perfect


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I think RB has discontinued it.

Shouldn't be too hard to make one yourselves though.
These are still available!
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Hi guys

Kevin from RB USA here, these boxes are still available and will be for a long time to come, there is a big call for them and while they are expensive they do make pitting and organizing your essential tools very convient

Sam at Team Kamikazie has done a great job of stocking these for people that are looking for them, feel free to give him a call or pop on his website for more information about them

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Kevin from RB USA here, these boxes are still available and will be for a long time to come, there is a big call for them and while they are expensive they do make pitting and organizing your essential tools very convient
Hi Kev. I know the originals were discontinued for sometime and this is the new one and it is cool to hear they will be available regularly. At first I thought it was just the logo cutout that was different but in looking at the pictures, do see screws on the bottom and the bottom plate is different? Are there any other cool "subtle" features I can't see?
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