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Old 12-18-2009, 10:40 PM   #1
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I want a bag for my Mugen MBX6T. I would like it to be able to fit the car (with or with out wheels) starter box, tires, a lot of spares, tools, charger, starter box, and possibly my radio.

If you could just measure the sizes of the compartments that would be great.

Any recommendations and where to find it cheapest.

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I want a bag for my Mugen MBX6T. I would like it to be able to fit the car (with or with out wheels) starter box, tires, a lot of spares, tools, charger, starter box, and possibly my radio.

If you could just measure the sizes of the compartments that would be great.

Any recommendations and where to find it cheapest.

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The best bag for a truggy would be a Truggy Bag from DialedInc.com! Now its just for the truggy itself but awsomely made! Unless you want to drop a 100 bucks a bag from Racers Edge !
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Old 12-19-2009, 07:05 AM   #5
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http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ruggy-Bag-Gray

That's what I use for the truggy itself, but I have yet to see a bag that will fit the truggy along with everything that I take to the races all in one bag.
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You can't go wrong with a Wing Tote bag. I've got one of these for my O'Donnell. http://www.wing-tote.com/deluxTruck.php

They also make a roller version for those folks who are lucky enough to have nice, smooth pit areas http://www.wing-tote.com/pro_roller_truck_tote2.php

I'll second the Dialed Inc. bags. I'm going to get one of their truggy bags. It holds just the truggy (tires on, but with the wing sticking out). When you're done for the day, and your rigs all muddy, having it in one of these bags inside your maing tote, will keep the crud from getting all over everything else. Just something to consider....
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This is what I use. It probably won't fit your truggy in it, but it should fit just about everything else you want to put in it.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...ic-Inner-Boxes
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I would recommend the bag from Dialed truggy wing bag.

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You can't go wrong with a Wing Tote bag. I've got one of these for my O'Donnell. http://www.wing-tote.com/deluxTruck.php

They also make a roller version for those folks who are lucky enough to have nice, smooth pit areas http://www.wing-tote.com/pro_roller_truck_tote2.php

I'll second the Dialed Inc. bags. I'm going to get one of their truggy bags. It holds just the truggy (tires on, but with the wing sticking out). When you're done for the day, and your rigs all muddy, having it in one of these bags inside your maing tote, will keep the crud from getting all over everything else. Just something to consider....
Hey Mike ,the dialed inc bags are awesome,definitely one in my near future.
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The only pit bag that I know of that is big enough to hold a truggy is the hudy bag but it's a little pricey compared to other bags
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http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Bag-Black-Blue

Not sure if they still sale em or not maybe check up grade's web site.
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I would recommend the bag from Dialed truggy wing bag.

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Old 12-20-2009, 05:23 PM   #14
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I want a bag for my Mugen MBX6T. I would like it to be able to fit the car (with or with out wheels) starter box, tires, a lot of spares, tools, charger, starter box, and possibly my radio.

If you could just measure the sizes of the compartments that would be great.

Any recommendations and where to find it cheapest.

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He is asking about a pit bag to haul everything in
not a bag just for his truggy
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Old 12-20-2009, 08:34 PM   #15
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Sorry, didnt read the thread. The link below is what you want.

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