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Old 08-11-2003, 12:46 AM   #1
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What is everyone using for tool boxes. I am looking at something like the Plano Tackle Box (see pic). What is everyone else using and thoughts?
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Trinity bag with Plano cases for parts storage.
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Trinity bag with Plano cases for parts storage.
Randman: What about all your tools?
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Anyone know were i might be able to get this Plano Tackle System In Brisvegas!
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Andrew get one like mine. Costs only $30 and is awesome, holds all my tools plus starter box and fuel.
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I forget what it looks like Allan, haven't seen you racing for awhile
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I forget what it looks like Allan, haven't seen you racing for awhile
Yeah been building 2 new cars, renovating the house and had multiple expensive RC equipment failure!

The new EVO will hit the track next meet!
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Look forward too it.... I can't talk, i have been retired for 6mnths

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I am using the plano tackle systems/guide series/hard system2 part number 777-000

very nice tool box and helps you to organize your bits with 2 stow aways boxes.

www.planomolding.com
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I use a Stanley Rolling Toolbox , best pit box that I have ever used.
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What is everyone using for tool boxes. I am looking at something like the Plano Tackle Box (see pic). What is everyone else using and thoughts?
I've used those .... until my r/c arsenal increased.
Ended up using the Rolling Toolbox...really depends on what tools you used. I use powertools so I need bigger storage.
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What is everyone using for tool boxes. I am looking at something like the Plano Tackle Box (see pic). What is everyone else using and thoughts?
ain't use any toolbox. Always ask for from others from pit to pit. Most likely they'll have the tools I need.

man... those tacklebox ain't cheap
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Nice, he he I am using this one for my 10th scale
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I use a Glad trash bag....I throw everything in there...tools, car, fuel....even lunch. One of my ex wives ended up in there but they cant prove who did it, she was dead when I found her. (joking of course)
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hey AMGRacer theres a tool box that can fit tools and startbox? man let me take a look at a pic so i can buy one
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