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    Default Storing RBL really big lights

    looking for ideas here. since they only fit maybe 2 in a normal tote, what are people doing to store them. I have 9, but planning to finish all 24 this year.
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    Default Re: Storing RBL really big lights

    The best I've seen was someone who had more than a few. They created a cart they could pull with a garden tractor with all of them hanging from hooks.
    If you don't want to sit them on shelves, perhaps you can design your own "box" for them.
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    Default Re: Storing RBL really big lights

    I have about 24 RBL's and I put them in large plastic heavy duty trash bags. Then store them in the attic.

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    Hanging in my shed from a 100 lbs test line. 10 in on a line.


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    Default Re: Storing RBL really big lights

    I have a few large totes that are 38 gallons. I can fit close to 20 in them

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    This is how I store mine. I have them on pvc posts though, not using the original hooks.

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    Default Re: Storing RBL really big lights

    Quote Originally Posted by StickyWicket View Post



    This is how I store mine. I have them on pvc posts though, not using the original hooks.
    I feel I may have had a hand in your addiction with those lights, I feel like a dealer.

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    Default Re: Storing RBL really big lights

    Quote Originally Posted by StickyWicket View Post



    This is how I store mine. I have them on pvc posts though, not using the original hooks.
    Does that qualify as a Really Big Matrix, maybe a P-1000 panel?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jerry-Rigs View Post
    Does that qualify as a Really Big Matrix, maybe a P-1000 panel?
    No, you’d need to see the one that Boscoyo did with RBL’s it was like a 40’ screen or something.

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    Default Re: Storing RBL really big lights

    Quote Originally Posted by StickyWicket View Post
    No, you’d need to see the one that Boscoyo did with RBL’s it was like a 40’ screen or something.

    How can you make that response without a link!?
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