When it comes to spaces for working on RC car, we’ve seen it all! We’ve seen racers using ironing boards as workbenches at the track. We’ve seen newbies working on the floor in their bedroom. We’ve seen dirty cars being worked on, on kitchen tables. And of course, some really high end workbench set-ups. In this Get Into RC video, we’re going to show you some solutions for workbenches. We have three ideas that will hopefully make your next wrench session a little easier and make your RC hobby more enjoyable. Greg will show you basic budget set-up, a great bench you can buy and he also walks you through how he built the workbench in the RC Driver workshop. Ready to take your RC workspace to the next level? This video will help!
3/4in thick 4x8ft Sheet of Pine Plywood QTY-1
2x4in. Lumber QTY-7
4x4in. Lumber QTY-2
General 4×8 Bench Dimensions (Please double check to make sure they work for you)
Bench Top- 8ft. length by 32in. depth
Top frame- 88 3/4in. length by 24 1/2in.
Leg Height- 33 3/4in.
Dynamite Metric Tool Kit- https://snp.link/536b3281
Dynamite Metric Hex Driver Set- https://snp.link/f9ef15bc
Dynamite Metric Nut Driver Set- https://snp.link/7d1950ec
MIP Metric Hex Drivers- https://snp.link/63d3bb27
MIP Metric Nut Drivers- https://snp.link/33e758f5
Pro-Line Pit Mat- https://snp.link/29bcc0ef
Xtreme Racing Tool Caddy- https://snp.link/872104a2
Many of the projects shown here are listed in our Amazon Shop, along with all of the RC equipment, tools and supplies we use on a regular basis: https://www.amazon.com/shop/rcdriver_online
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