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Old 08-18-2009, 12:23 PM   #1
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What say you?
Witch one should I go for, and witch should I avoid at all cost?

Edit: Hauler Bag
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Old 08-18-2009, 12:31 PM   #2
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What say you?
Witch one should I go for, and witch should I avoid at all cost?
I bought a Husky one at Home Depot for $25 brand new. If you're brand agnostic, then this is a good way to go to save money.
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Old 08-18-2009, 12:35 PM   #3
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I use 2 large Rubbermaid containers. One holds my tool box, car and starter box. The other holds my parts box, radio, tires, etc. I think I paid $20 or $25 for the 2 of them.
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Ok, i might have been a bit vague.
I ment Hauler-Bag.
I need One bag, to carry and store the most of my rc stuff. Need it to be big enough to keep the tires on - preferably.
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Old 08-18-2009, 01:11 PM   #5
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i have a wingtote pro roller. it holds my truggy, starter box, gallon of fuel, and all of the smaller stuff like fuel bottle, heat gun, chargers, parts, and tools

if you were to get a wingtote i would suggest you get the pro roller, it has wheels because it gets pretty heavy when you have everything in it



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http://www.wing-tote.com/pro_roller_truck_tote2.php
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http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Travel-Pit-Bag

I use this one and it has lasted me longer then any other bag - over 2 years. And I travel on planes every few months with it. I got an extra one if you want it. PM me for the price.
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Old 08-18-2009, 02:55 PM   #8
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Venom bag @$130 is the cheapes of the bunch of same looking bags (Trinity T-8, protek etc)

buggy fits ok with wheels on

I got two of them

The only negative is that our two cats love to use them as scratching post
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http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Travel-Pit-Bag

I use this one and it has lasted me longer then any other bag - over 2 years. And I travel on planes every few months with it. I got an extra one if you want it. PM me for the price.

i have this bag it's lasted me 2 years of solid traveling and hundreds of trips to the track. the tool pouch and radio bag sre a bonus.
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Venom bag @$130 is the cheapes of the bunch of same looking bags (Trinity T-8, protek etc)

buggy fits ok with wheels on

I got two of them

The only negative is that our two cats love to use them as scratching post
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With 15% discount from carolinas I got the T8 for 127$, hopefully good enough.
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Old 08-18-2009, 04:09 PM   #11
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I would go with the upgrade bag. The Upgrade bag is by far your cheapest and IMO your best betas you can fit a truggy with tires on in it..

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i went and bought myself a $40 hock bag with rollers on it.....carries most of my stuff no problems.
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My son and I both have a wingtote truck bag. Kinda big and not too cheap but it will carry your truck and the kitchen sink
http://www.wing-tote.com/deluxTruck.php
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I use the OGIO 9900's. They hold everything. I use one for on road and one for 1/8th off road locally. They're tuff and I just hose them off in the driveway and let them dry when dirty.

When I travel I take them both. They hold buggy, truggy, all my spares, tires wheels, starter box, clothes for a week, everything except fuel (of course). (Radio and 2 days clothes go with me on board)


http://www.ebags.com/ogio/mx_9900_ge...LAID=211437634


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If you can get the large Hudy bag get it.
I have owned a lot of different bags but this is the best bag you can get.
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