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Old 10-21-2007, 06:56 PM
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Lets see pics of your workbenches.Here are my pics the tornado bb doesnt even have the motor mounted on it or it dont have any electronics i took them out of it for the shockwave.I am going to buy a thirdhand and dremel for my workbench.So post pics of your workbenches so we can get some ideas on how to set up our own r/c workbenches.






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Old 10-21-2007, 07:14 PM
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Here is mine.
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Sweet i wish i had a big table like that. I got one in the building but we got 3 fourwheelers and a dirtbike in there so i just used the extra room in the house for my r/c room.
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I am actually going to try and put a same exact second shelf on top if it. I am running out of room and where the mammoth is sitting I supposed to be the spot where I can take them apart but as you can see it is occupied now and I still have robitronic protos buggy that is at my lhs that I do not have back yet that has to be put up too.
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i have a foldable table i set up in my garage when i need and shelves all over the place to hold the rc's
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i have a foldable table i set up in my garage when i need and shelves all over the place to hold the rc's
If you do not mind me asking, what do you do for a living. I can just imagine how much money you got into this stuff! It looks like you look through a mag and order from every company! LOL.
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lol, i own a construction company
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have you ever sold one of your rc's ehroof?
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lol, i own a construction company
Cool. I am a motorcycle tech. Would love to own my own business though. Been thinking about it for awhile. Actually spoke to a close friend of mine who just got out of making custom pool cues and has a whole shop with lathes and milling machines and everything to make stuff. We were talking today about trying out some R/C stuff like braces, arms and extended chassis and stuff to try and see how some come out. Just talking though.
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oh yeah, i have gotten rid of a few, some i wish i still had like the older tamiya's like the midnight pumkin, blackfoot, fox, hornet, i had a bolink pan car i wish i still had, that thing was crazy fast. i just got rid of a couple this year.
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Cool. I am a motorcycle tech. Would love to own my own business though. Been thinking about it for awhile. Actually spoke to a close friend of mine who just got out of making custom pool cues and has a whole shop with lathes and milling machines and everything to make stuff. We were talking today about trying out some R/C stuff like braces, arms and extended chassis and stuff to try and see how some come out. Just talking though.
being you own boss is great but it has alot of headaches too, especailly when you have employees.
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My dad used to have one called a COX Gallop buggy. Ever heard of that one? I got rid of it a couple of years ago before I really go into this and regret it.
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o i thought you had kept every car you ever bought lol.vnmsgt i want to do the same thing as you when i get out of school.
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that was rc or tether, the cox one?

zack, if i kept every rc i owned i would be lucky to have a bedroom to sleep in, lol
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o i thought you had kept every car you ever bought lol.vnmsgt i want to do the same thing as you when i get out of school.
Nope I actually got rid of a revo 3.3, tmaxx 3.3, jato 3.3, ofna ultra gt lx, and a ofna ultra lx one this year. You talking about when you get out of high school? I went to MMI and graduated 5 years ago. I love but you have to take the school seriously or when you get out you will never make it. Too many kids in that school treat it like high school and that is where they fail.
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lol how many do you have all together ehroof. Believe it or not i would rather run my shockwave instead of my aftershock.
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o i thought you had kept every car you ever bought lol.vnmsgt i want to do the same thing as you when i get out of school.
Nope I actually got rid of a revo 3.3, tmaxx 3.3, jato 3.3, ofna ultra gt lx, and a ofna ultra lx one this year. You talking about when you get out of high school? I went to MMI and graduated 5 years ago. I love but you have to take the school seriously or when you get out you will never make it. Too many kids in that school treat it like high school and that is where they fail.
Yea out of high school i read that alot of ppl sleep through mmi. I am wanting to go to the mmi in miami,fla. Which one did you go to?
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Those people that sleep and daydream in class are the ones that have a 30,000 debt and working at burger king because they did not pay attention. Actually it is in Orlando and that is where I went to.
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yea your right it is in orlando i dont know why i put miami.
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Lets see pics of your workbenches.Here are my pics the tornado bb doesnt even have the motor mounted on it or it dont have any electronics i took them out of it for the shockwave.I am going to buy a thirdhand and dremel for my workbench.So post pics of your workbenches so we can get some ideas on how to set up our own r/c workbenches.


That has to be one of the cleanest work benches I've ever seen. Are you sure your doing work on there, lol
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lol actually i just got it moved into that room and all my rc stuff back there with it.
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LOL, I wish mine was that clean. It's pretty clean though. I guess I'll have to get some picks when I get 5 minutes, whenever that is.
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that was rc or tether, the cox one?

zack, if i kept every rc i owned i would be lucky to have a bedroom to sleep in, lol
What do you mean by tether? oh, you mean connected with a wire right?!! lol It was the r/c one.
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WOW ,ehroof ,how long have you been collecting ? and how much is all that worth ,over or under $10.000
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lol, way over 10g bro, i have been doing rc for like 25 years, there's more to the collection than whats there in the pictures, planes and stuff,
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