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tanks
12-28-2016, 5:27 PM
Came across this in another forum and promptly ordered it. He has brackets to mount it to the top of the bench instead of the wall as well. These are for 650XL and has 550 and 1050 in the works.
Contact Info: www.facebook.com/kineticarcllc/

http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o24/Tanks-PL/Toolhead%20holder%201.jpg
http://i116.photobucket.com/albums/o24/Tanks-PL/ToolHead%20holder%202.jpg

rcslotcar
12-28-2016, 5:32 PM
Saw these on Ebay as well.

Citadelgrad87
12-28-2016, 5:59 PM
I am looking at the acrylic stands on ebay, pretty reasonable compared to the one you mention. Thats very nice, but also pretty pricey.

Bigtls1
12-28-2016, 6:11 PM
Cool. Can't seem to find a price anywhere. Any idea on how much?

tanks
12-28-2016, 6:58 PM
I paid $75 for the one I showed in the pic plus shipping.

madjack956
12-28-2016, 7:13 PM
That's a cool holder, but I like the blue ones that Dillon offers. They also have a place for the pins and the shell holder.

All you need is a rudimentary wooden shelf to mount them on.

Gryff
12-28-2016, 8:55 PM
Nice, but no way to secure the toolheads in the rack.

MrElectric03
12-28-2016, 11:08 PM
I noticed these putting my bench together but decided it would be too expensive. Instead I bought the aluminum dowels and made my own shelves and brackets.http://i249.photobucket.com/albums/gg207/MrElectric003/IMG_2676_zpsmgefuvh1.jpg (http://s249.photobucket.com/user/MrElectric003/media/IMG_2676_zpsmgefuvh1.jpg.html)

PM720
12-29-2016, 9:02 AM
Nice setup, what are you using to hang the primer tubes?

Scott

9mmepiphany
12-29-2016, 12:04 PM
Nice, but no way to secure the toolheads in the rack.
That's the first thing that occurred to me also.

MrElectric03
12-29-2016, 2:30 PM
Nice setup, what are you using to hang the primer tubes?

Scott

I bought those from inline fabrication. I could barely make them for what he sells them for and mine would never turn out as nice.

bigdawg86
01-25-2017, 8:37 PM
Man I need to get on board with a progressive