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Home made work stand?

Discussion in 'General Large Scale RC' started by John Parks, Feb 11, 2018.

  1. QRC

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    Or treat yourself to one of these,

     
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    I think thats what he is trying to avoid...lol
     
  3. John Parks

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    20180216_190827.jpg Picked up the rigid work stand, and it's dam near perfect. Fits well, and the height is adjustable.
     
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    Nifty! A few years ago I bought a Keyboard Stand (the musical instrument kind), can be set nice n low so I could sit down on a seat to work on the car, or take it up high for when I'm standing. The wheels overhang the end bars so the RC remains held fast. Cheap as chips too!
     
  5. John Parks

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    Yea this was only $30 so it was pretty cheap. Keyboard stands are cheap to, dam near the same thing really
     
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    Very similar to the Dynamite one, looks great !!.
     
  7. John Parks

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    Goes to 45", so almost 4 foot