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Old 11-03-2015, 11:40 AM   #8611
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Your 1/8 buggy will fit in the drawer and the 4wd buggy will as well. On another note, of the three bags I have (JConcepts, Racers Edge, and OFNA), it is my least favorite because the compartment dividers sag even with little weight making it difficult to pull the drawers below them, out. I never use this bag anymore and would look for something else.

Your 1/8 buggy will fit in the top drawer of the Racers Edge bag and a 1/10th in the middle drawer leaving the two lower smaller drawers at the bottom, the top compartment (where my batteries, chargers, and motors are) and the side pouches for parts and stands. Oh, and the back for setup station and pitmat. Far better choice for the money in my opinion.

Wish the moderator wouldnt have locked your original post as I love JConcepts other products and hate to speak ill of them but this case just isnt worth the money.

Edit: and it has wheels!

Thanks for the info. I was looking at the racers edge. You are referring to the 1/8 hauler right? I also looked at the Atomik hauler which looks to be almost the same as the Racers Edge? Only difference is there are 2 drawwers in the middle instead of one like the Racers Edge. Maybe I could just take the drawers out and slide my 10th scale in there. Just debating, cause the Atomik is like $50 cheaper than the Racers Edge and they seem to be the exact same other than the middle drawer thing. Does the racers edge have the holders for drivers in the top that is removable too?
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Old 11-03-2015, 12:30 PM   #8612
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Just found out about this bag:
http://www.rc-toy.de/cosmoshop/cgi-bin/lshop.cgi?params=k_03ecix

Seems to be an oder version? Anyway: Do fit two 1/10th Buggys in this bag (Asso B4.2 and B5)?
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Old 11-03-2015, 04:28 PM   #8613
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Thanks for the info. I was looking at the racers edge. You are referring to the 1/8 hauler right? I also looked at the Atomik hauler which looks to be almost the same as the Racers Edge? Only difference is there are 2 drawwers in the middle instead of one like the Racers Edge. Maybe I could just take the drawers out and slide my 10th scale in there. Just debating, cause the Atomik is like $50 cheaper than the Racers Edge and they seem to be the exact same other than the middle drawer thing. Does the racers edge have the holders for drivers in the top that is removable too?
It does but I tossed it right away and used the tool bag that comes with the OFNA. There are many bags similar to the RE but I dont know about cost (my bag is probably four years old now and I can barely remember what I did last week). Yes, it is the 1/8 bag.
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Old 11-04-2015, 11:18 AM   #8614
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Any plans for a body for the TLR 22 3.0?
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Old 11-04-2015, 11:26 AM   #8615
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Any plans for a body for the TLR 22 3.0?
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Curious why the #3326 rear wheels are a dull finish and the #3327 fronts are glossy? Both being Mono's I kind of expected the finishes to match....
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It was a running change, all the wheels used to have a dull finish. Then they started to change them all to gloss, so you most likely got some older rear wheels with new fronts.
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Curious why the #3326 rear wheels are a dull finish and the #3327 fronts are glossy? Both being Mono's I kind of expected the finishes to match....
Rider is correct, it's a running change. The 3327 front 22-4 wheel already has the glossy finish since it's a newer wheel, but the 3326 rear wheel is still the older "matte" finish. Unfortunately the TLR buggies haven't been very popular in the last year or two and wheel sales are next to nothing, so the wheel update hasn't happened yet. I'm sure that will all change very quickly now that the 22 3.0 has been announce .
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ETA on Team Associated SC5m fin titanium turnbuckles.
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ETA on Team Associated SC5m fin titanium turnbuckles.
They're the same as the T5M.
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eta on the s2 body for the 22 3.0?
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ETA on Team Associated SC5m fin titanium turnbuckles.
They are actually back in stock, but the site needs to be updated, so it should be done sometime today. Click Here

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eta on the s2 body for the 22 3.0?
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We are patiently waiting for the 22 3.0 S2 body here PW!! Tyler and I love the look of it and the Warrior!! Great work!!
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Is the elevated bead on truggy wheels and tires being phased out? Just saw what I consider a pretty good deal on both. If so, I'm assuming the hybrids are coming back with the normal bead.
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Is the elevated bead on truggy wheels and tires being phased out? Just saw what I consider a pretty good deal on both. If so, I'm assuming the hybrids are coming back with the normal bead.
We still have them in stock, but I'm sure they will eventually will be phased out at some point. I don't know the status on making a 4.0/std bead Hybrid.
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