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omega 24 v6

posted on 18/12/11 at 02:25 PM Reply With Quote
Srorage boxes

At autosport last year there were a couple of companies selling storage containers. They were the large trunk type white/clear plastic which in turn had many differing containers/boxes ( of various sizes ) wthin. i can't seem to find them online now for some reason.
Anyone know of the company or similar setups.
Thanks in advace





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ReMan

posted on 18/12/11 at 02:36 PM Reply With Quote
Google RAACO

It that what you had in mind?





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omega 24 v6

posted on 18/12/11 at 03:02 PM Reply With Quote
Can't see them there but they looked like this but with more internal boxes with lids of varying sizes.





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posted on 18/12/11 at 03:24 PM Reply With Quote
We use thses sorts of things at awork RAAAco is the manufacturer





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posted on 18/12/11 at 04:08 PM Reply With Quote
Beginning to wonder now??
Perhaps they were made up in units and sold as 1 item. But I'm sure all the internal boxes had lids as well and I cannot see/find that set up on their site.





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Mr C

posted on 18/12/11 at 06:23 PM Reply With Quote
Not sure if you've looked here

http://www.reallyusefulproducts.co.uk/uk/

Hobbycraft amongst others stock them.





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iank

posted on 18/12/11 at 07:07 PM Reply With Quote
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Originally posted by Mr C
Not sure if you've looked here

http://www.reallyusefulproducts.co.uk/uk/

Hobbycraft amongst others stock them.


Staples have them (in our local shop anyway)





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wilkingj

posted on 19/12/11 at 10:11 AM Reply With Quote
I use RUB's they are very good. Raaco are good as well, I have a Raaco toolbox had it over 15 years. Sturdy and good quality.







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pigeondave

posted on 14/9/20 at 07:53 PM Reply With Quote
Probably better to resurrect an old thread than ask the same question again.

Other than the above storage boxes, does anyone have some more up-to-date and possibly locost links? I'm looking for something around the 6 litre size so I can store/stack things like the label printer and it's brick of a transformer. Looking to get maybe 10 boxes if that makes a difference.

Just ordered a Raaco 44 draw box from CPC off the back of earlier posts.

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