rc rack / storage

MSgt

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Fury, , Raider, Vorteks
Work bench with shelf above and below. Plus I have a set of shelves built in my garage that I need to get moved into my RC room.
 

ARRMAgeddon

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I was going to get that i saw one at costco
Man those things are heavy lol

I heard you need to lift it off the ground(tires off the ground)
When youre not using it?
Is this true?
 

Skinso

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Kraton 4s, Outcast 6s
I built this last week, copied from a guy on the arrma Facebook page. Easy and very cheap to do
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Outcaster

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I put some adjustable shelves up in my hobby room in the basement and use cheap dollar store containers to keep them off their wheels.

I also set up a real easy way to store my extra bodies, a few screws, some heavy string and small wood working clamps, nice and tidy and accessible.

Just need to do some painting when I get some time....

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I like the idea of using wood clamps to hang your RC bodies. Nicely done @Outcaster
Thanks, I was tired of having the bodies stacked up on a shelf. It will look better once I get them painted up. I think I'll use a heavier wire to prevent sag, just wanted to try it out with string first.

# RC ClothesLine.
 

Timritchieblue

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I was going to get that i saw one at costco
Man those things are heavy lol

I heard you need to lift it off the ground(tires off the ground)
When youre not using it?
Is this true?
Yes, and no. Depends on how often you drive. Weekly, is not a problem. However, I have several vehicles, sometimes it's months before I drive. I use coffee cans to keep the vehicles off the ground, keeps springs unloaded, and tires from flat spotting.
 

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