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Video Boxes

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by Plowboy, Jun 30, 2005.

  1. Plowboy

    Plowboy

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    After rebuilding my computer, I can post pictures again. My daughter works for blockbuster. They throwaway hundreds of old video boxes each month. See if you can pick some up from your local store. They are great as small tool boxes. Hold lots of different stuff, picks, allen wrenches, nut drivers, ignition wrenches, flair wrenches, etc. They also came in handy for this mod on my flatbead trailer.
     
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  2. Ultima RB

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    That's a good idea, how watertight is it though? Does it drain out easily?
     
  3. Plowboy

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    not completely waterproof. but anywater that does get in drains out the bottom where the flap hinges is located. If it were turned over so the lid lifted up, I would say it would stop water from entering a little better. Just made it easier to work with when the lid flipped down out of the way.