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 Post subject: How Do you Transport Your R/Cs?
PostPosted: Wed Jun 19, 2019 11:12:23 
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I now have two electric and one nitro SCT along with two radios, chargers, tools, and spare parts that I bring when I go out. Right now I just toss the R/Cs in my truck's bed-mounted tool box and bring a 24" toolbox with spare parts, a 12" tool box with...tools, and an aluminum case with the radios and chargers.

I know there's gotta be a better way to carry them so I'm looking for ideas. I was thinking about one of those R/C-specific pit bags, but they seem too overpriced. Maybe a bigger plastic toolbox from Home Depot? Mostly looking for a way to keep all the spares and tools organized. I have a few of those clear-plastic parts organizers for screws and connectors and such, but the tools just get tossed into the bottom of the 12" box, so it requires a lot of digging to find what I need.


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 Post subject: Re: How Do you Transport Your R/Cs?
PostPosted: Fri Jun 21, 2019 09:00:40 
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Pit bags are actually really nice. I have the OFNA one with rollers that will hold everything I need for a day trip. Cars go between the handles on top. I stack mine up and stagger them. E Maxx up top, Revo & T Maxx on the bottom. I flip the handles over the tires (only one axle on each car) and pull out the collapsible handle and drag it behind me (works best on smooth clean surfaces tellpopeyes).


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 Post subject: Re: How Do you Transport Your R/Cs?
PostPosted: Sun Sep 01, 2019 11:58:11 
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tomjohn77 wrote:
I now have two electric and one nitro SCT along with two radios, chargers, tools, and spare parts that I bring when I go out. Right now I just toss the R/Cs in my truck's bed-mounted tool box and bring a 24" toolbox with spare parts, a 12" tool box with...tools, and an aluminum case with the radios and chargers.

I know there's gotta be a better way to carry them so I'm looking for ideas. I was thinking about one of those R/C-specific pit bags, but they seem too overpriced. Maybe a bigger plastic toolbox from Home Depot? Mostly looking for a way to keep all the spares and tools organized. I have a few of those clear-plastic parts organizers for screws and connectors and such, but the tools just get tossed into the bottom of the 12" box, so it requires a lot of digging to find what I need.

You can get those parts from either Home depot or Lowe's. They are offering excellent services. Now all Lowes employees can make use of MyLowesLife portal to get all the benefits.

Thanks


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