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Old 12-07-2009, 06:43 PM   #1
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Whats the best pit bag or best way to bring your stuff to the track, i got the ofna bag right now but i cnt fit everything, any suggestions?
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Old 12-07-2009, 08:17 PM   #2
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I use this hauler bag and it works great!

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ic-Inner-Boxes


Depending on if I'm racing indoor or out door I still might need a large duffel bag for the rest of my stuff. But this bag has held up well and has tons of room.
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Old 12-07-2009, 10:29 PM   #3
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Trinity t8 bag. I use it for tenth scale. It holds everything. Its made for eight scales. The t10 bag isn't big enough
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for the money, this one is almost unbeatable....
http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Travel-Pit-Bag
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I use this hauler bag and it works great!

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ic-Inner-Boxes


Depending on if I'm racing indoor or out door I still might need a large duffel bag for the rest of my stuff. But this bag has held up well and has tons of room.
I'm hopeing I'm getting that bag for Xmas.
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Old 12-08-2009, 04:07 PM   #7
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If you've got the coin, the Racer's Edge 1/8 hauler bag rocks.
http://www.racers-edge.com/1_8_Car_H..._p/rce2016.htm

I use mine for 18th scales. The drawers are hard plastic, not cardboard and it has wheels and a carry handle. The bottom drawers can hold two transmitters each, the middle drawer holds my parts box and the big drawer I can put 5 18th scales in. The top has elastic loops for holding all your tools. It's one of the best investments I've made because I can carry everything I need for a night of racing for me, my son, and my niece.
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Old 12-08-2009, 11:47 PM   #8
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Where's that Stanley caddy that someone posted a while back? I'm in the market for a hauler bag/box, something with wheels, since my duffle bag is starting to tear...

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The lower drawer can be used to haul your kids... Hehehe
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The stanley caddy's not bad , but imagine that opened up in a tight pit space area. Thats the problem I have with my Plano system, need to be on the end of th aisle to use it efficiently. I have a racers edge 1/8th scale on order going to try that , its nice enough to fit under the tables at the track.
The ofna bag was what I wanted , but it was out of stock. Its a nice bag
reinforce the boxes though with duct tape before using them. Wingtote just came out with a 1/8th scale bag. Go see the ad they show some one sitting on the thing.

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I got the stanley and it CAN be a pain due to the size and how it opens....but for the most part there's always room it seems...i put all my tools in the top caddy so i never have to slide it open to get simple thing's like tools n what not...but 1 down side to them is you can Soo easily OVERload the thing and make it 100+Lbs its a little challenging to go up narrow stairs or something to that effect.......overall for the price i cant complain.
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The stanley caddy's not bad , but imagine that opened up in a tight pit space area. Thats the problem I have with my Plano system, need to be on the end of th aisle to use it efficiently. I have a racers edge 1/8th scale on order going to try that , its nice enough to fit under the tables at the track.
The ofna bag was what I wanted , but it was out of stock. Its a nice bag
reinforce the boxes though with duct tape before using them. Wingtote just came out with a 1/8th scale bag. Go see the ad they show some one sitting on the thing.

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I just picked up one of those stanley boxes and love it. I have all of my things I normally need ready access to on top and keep the box closed so that it doesn't take up much space. When I need something in one of the lower drawers I open it up as needed and close back up. I really like the fact that it doubles as a chair and has big wheels to haul thru the dirt and gravel. And it was half the price of the hauler bags.
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