Author Topic: TS55 with classic inlay in T-Loc Systainer + TSO guiderail square  (Read 566 times)

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Offline Coen

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Does anyone here know if you can still fit the TSO guiderail square in the T-Loc systainer if you use the inlay from the Systainer Classic?
« Last Edit: February 17, 2021, 04:31 PM by Coen »

Offline mino

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Re: TS55 with classic inlay in T-Loc Systainer + TSO guiderail square
« Reply #1 on: February 17, 2021, 07:25 PM »
The GRS and GRS PE need ALL the width to fit in a systainer.

I do mean ALL.
TSO clearly designed to be "as big as possible but still fit in a T-loc". By a millimeter ..

I actually uses even the space around the labels - so there is in practice only one way it can fit in T-loc systainer.

If you were planning to put it "along" in a SYS 4, it may work, but you would have to have is cross-ways somehow. The internal width of the systainer would not do.
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Offline Coen

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Re: TS55 with classic inlay in T-Loc Systainer + TSO guiderail square
« Reply #2 on: February 17, 2021, 08:23 PM »
I dont want to put it in a classic, I want to put it in a T-Loc, but with the classic TS-55 inlay. The TS55 sits differently in the classic inlay than in the T-Loc inlay, that is why I ask.

Offline mino

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Re: TS55 with classic inlay in T-Loc Systainer + TSO guiderail square
« Reply #3 on: February 18, 2021, 05:02 AM »
I dont want to put it in a classic, I want to put it in a T-Loc, but with the classic TS-55 inlay. The TS55 sits differently in the classic inlay than in the T-Loc inlay, that is why I ask.
Got it. As mentioned, the GRS can fit in a T-Loc systainer horizontally only one way - check the photos on TSO site with their systainer bundle.  The position of the GRS on those picture is the only position it would fit horizontally and the "sides" of that position is only way it would fit vertically. So yes, you can put in to the "front" of the Systainer sideways, but would need to tie it down somehow.

The GRS is a precision instrument. So I would not allow it anywhere where it would be banging against things.

I store my GRS along with short rails and clamps in a SYS-1 for this reason and have the TSC in a SYS 4 instead of the SYS 5 it came in.
AGC 18(@AGC 125 flange), BHC 18, C 12, CTM 36, DRC 18/4, PSC 420, RS 200, TSC 55
Narex: EDH 82, EFH 36(fixed@LR32), EVP 13 H-2CA
My Precious FS/2: 376, 376, 376 holy, 632, 1016 holy, 2520