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Old 12-10-2016, 09:46 AM   #1
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Default Which is the best Ogio bag for RC?

Could anybody tell me if which 1 should i have, wait for this Nimitz or old 9800 for travelling with my RC equipment?

http://ogio.com/nimitz
http://ogio.com/rig-9800

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Old 12-10-2016, 09:51 AM   #2
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I love my 9800 rig. Check out the prices here, I think this is where I got mine from.

https://www.ridersdiscount.com/brands/ogio/bags
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IIC race probably had the highest concentration of 9800 bags within one area. Lol
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I love my 9800 rig. Check out the prices here, I think this is where I got mine from.

https://www.ridersdiscount.com/brands/ogio/bags
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IIC race probably had the highest concentration of 9800 bags within one area. Lol
But, Nimitz has released already recently or just before IIC?
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Not sure. Thought it was already out. The 9800 is about as big as you would like. Any larger would be really cumbersome. Plus the 9800 has a reputation of super rugged.
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A few of us use these bags http://www.briggs-riley.com/shop/col...-duffle-uwd129 lifetime warranty and super strong and light
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A few of us use these bags http://www.briggs-riley.com/shop/col...-duffle-uwd129 lifetime warranty and super strong and light
But is so expensive.
Ogio bags look is better.
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Discontinued but I really like my 9400 its a little smaller and lighter then the 9800, it's big enough to get all of my gear along with clothes.
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