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Old 11-01-2008, 06:20 PM   #16
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Please note that the URL's in your links are wrong!

they both read http://http://.........

instead of http://www.........

redarding the bags! The TM bags rocks!

The trinty bags looks a lot like TM bags! Yes TM bags was first!
Here is the correct link: http://kamikazercracing.com/proddetail.php?prod=RCE2016
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Please note that the URL's in your links are wrong!

they both read http://http://.........

instead of http://www.........

redarding the bags! The TM bags rocks!

The trinty bags looks a lot like TM bags! Yes TM bags was first!
dosen't matter to me who was first , only what works...........
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I use this:



I can cram my starter box, charger, truer, parts, tires, body, etc in the bottom bin, parts and accessories in th emiddle, hand tools in the top tray and the MTX4 fits perfectly in the top compartment with the body on. For $75 it's hard to beat. I turned a few people at the track on to them.
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Please note that the URL's in your links are wrong!

they both read http://http://.........

instead of http://www.........

redarding the bags! The TM bags rocks!

The trinty bags looks a lot like TM bags! Yes TM bags was first!
Noted and adjusted, thanks.
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here is what I use can fit a starter box and a gallon of fuel in the bottom and still have room for more.
Misc. parts and tools in the middle section. and whatever is left in the top section.

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here is what I use can fit a starter box and a gallon of fuel in the bottom and still have room for more.
Misc. parts and tools in the middle section. and whatever is left in the top section.

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This is a great one.. where did you find it?
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Old 11-02-2008, 08:37 PM   #22
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I use this:



I can cram my starter box, charger, truer, parts, tires, body, etc in the bottom bin, parts and accessories in th emiddle, hand tools in the top tray and the MTX4 fits perfectly in the top compartment with the body on. For $75 it's hard to beat. I turned a few people at the track on to them.
i'v seen this box and it's the shi
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Stanley Tool Chest. Fits pretty much everything I need



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Randy I'm with you, You cannot go wrong with this one.





My buddy and I went from buckets and crap, to one box.
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The only thing I dislike about that Stanley box is it takes up a lot of room when fully opened. If you're in a crowded pit area, it's probably not best to keep it open. However, it's nice and compact when closed and rugged enough to take a beating to and from the track. Definitely one of the best things I've bought for the car this year.

I also use a 10" electrician's bag as my pit caddy. I can put my fuel bottle, starter box, glow plug ignitor, radio, tools, etc and take everything in one trip from the pit area to pit lane. It's a very inexpensive alternative to the RB pit caddy:
http://www.amazon.com/McGuire-Nichol.../dp/B0009XN3ES

(that's not exactly the one I have, but you get the idea)

Surprising what you can find at Home Depot...
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This is a great one.. where did you find it?
I've got one of these as well. It works real good, like the other person said, you can get a gallon of fuel, pit bottle, starter box and a roll of shop towels in the bottom. The fact that it seperates is nice too, you can leave the bottom on the ground or under your pit table and have the rest of the box on top of your pit table for easy access to your tools and parts. I got mine at home depot.
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I've got one of these as well. It works real good, like the other person said, you can get a gallon of fuel, pit bottle, starter box and a roll of shop towels in the bottom. The fact that it seperates is nice too, you can leave the bottom on the ground or under your pit table and have the rest of the box on top of your pit table for easy access to your tools and parts. I got mine at home depot.
One other thing, I knew a guy that had this same box and he mounted a small air compressor in the bottom compartment and mounted a power strip to the side of it, and had a fully self contained setup. It was pretty cool.
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here is what I use can fit a starter box and a gallon of fuel in the bottom and still have room for more.
Misc. parts and tools in the middle section. and whatever is left in the top section.

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who carry's these and where can i get one
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who carry's these and where can i get one

I got mine at home depot almost 2 years ago, not sure if they've been discontinued since then. since then I've modded it out to carry a half gallon of fuel in the bottom connected the external fuel pump as well as a small amp and mp3 player and an ofna power panel and 12 volt power taps on the back all connected to a 12volt 18Ahour SLA Battery. can run the music, fuel pump, charge batteries and run my tire truer all at the same time.

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