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Aug 26, 2005, 01:54 AM
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Look what I made for my micro(s)...

I hated trying to go anywhere and bring my heli (blade x2 and a Kyosho M24), I would end up bringing @ 3 boxes of parts, chargers, batteries, and my heli would sit on top (hopefully.) If I went camping or “up north” ( I live in Minnesota) I would worry that the chopper(s) would get damaged or the blades would get warped, etc..
I looked in the forums for cases and saw that they could be spendy, and I ran across a pic of someone using a Stanley tool box, well I could get that for $14.99 at Sears, so I got one.
My goal was to have a “grab and go” case, something that would hold 2 helicopters the transmitters and easy fix supplies (blades, skids, motors, flybars, etc) and a small “take along if you have space or gone for a few days" box that has the not so easy to fix supplies (servos, 4-1, etc).
I took some pictures of my “work in progress” and being that I am a newbe at this, I thought someone else who has just started this as a hobby might want to do this also.

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Aug 26, 2005, 03:01 AM
Umm, Whats "Rc" Mean?
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Great idea.
Aug 26, 2005, 03:12 AM
Well done, I like to call it as mobile workshop.
Aug 26, 2005, 03:37 PM
Don't look at me like that....
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I Use An Airtight Camera Case For My Piccolo, Heli Batteries Some Tools But Not Tx. Foam Lined..........................pilot
Bcp Just Stays In Box It Came In...
Aug 26, 2005, 03:53 PM
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Yeh...one day I think I will do that too Im messing with my dragonfly 22d. My brand new blade cp is sitting the box. One day when I get better I will play with it. Dont' get me wrong, I got a killer deal for it so I had to grab it. $160 shipped brand newwith extra blade and crash kit and training gear off Ebay
Aug 26, 2005, 07:16 PM
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i like those precision screw drivers you have - the multi colored ones. I pick up packs of those a week for a buck! I dont bother looking for them...

Great idea I think i might make something like that for my self.
Aug 26, 2005, 10:11 PM
The Great Santini
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Yes, Sears is great in that they have a quite a number of very inexpensive tool boxes... better than home depot for example. I looked at the Stanley you have, but picked the Stack-On brand box only because it has a good sized tool tray and it is tall enought to stand my drangonfly in it with the tray in... I think I paid like $13 for it, but that might have been on sale. It's really great, like you say, because I can just grab one box and go to the park.

I like the clear parts holders you have there... very nice set up overall.
Aug 27, 2005, 08:59 AM
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Really nice

How much money it cost to u?? This hobby is very expensive >_<

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