Yes it is nice to be able to put your projects INSIDE something isn't it? You know, to hold everything together so it doesn't flop around? Discuss the techniques here!
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Anyone know where to get a good tackle box that can fit an N64 nad some batteries. I'm making an N64 portable becuase I got a track meet coming up and my Atarip's case is going realy slow and my dcp is far from done. And N64ps are easy
--I think someone just made a n64p with a tacklebox where did you get your box and demensions?
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What's with the southern flag
? Forgive me, but southern pride is good and all, wave a state flag, that flag stood for racism during the civil war, the side that chose to treat people like animals. Not putting you down, I just don't like the message...
God Bless Hot Glue
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Southern pride is good and all
Not putting you down, I just don't like the message...
That doesn't match up.
A tackle box is the clear tool box looking thing, right?
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I agree with Fanboy. I'm kinda against the whole Confederate uprising, slavery theme, too. That point aside, a great place to get tackle boxes is Sports Authority, in the fishing section. They have a wide selection, and I'm sure they have at LEAST one that could hold an N64p.
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the last time I was at Walwart they had a tacklebox at about 6"x4"X1" and all the trays were removable, for about $8