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Old 09-15-2010, 06:19 PM   #16
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+1 on the Mugen Pit Bag. I have used the harware bags in the past however they are not designed specifically for the hobby. If you dont mind spendig the cash the Mugen bag is very nice and works great.
I keep a full set of tools , glow ignitor, wheel wrench, extra clips plugs and wheel nuts and 2 fuel bottles. On the other side a starter box, gloves and a pit towel. The mugen bag rocks.
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Old 09-15-2010, 06:39 PM   #18
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I have a mugen bag my wife gave me for a present. Fits everything you could possibly need, starter box, radio, batteries, fuel, tools, temp gun, ignitor. Everything.
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Old 09-15-2010, 07:09 PM   #19
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I keep a full set of tools , glow ignitor, wheel wrench, extra clips plugs and wheel nuts and 2 fuel bottles. On the other side a starter box, gloves and a pit towel. The mugen bag rocks.
Yep I love the two bottle option. What is great is that each slot for the fuel bottle has a quick tie down so that they do not spill when moving.

One more time. Its the bomb
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it even holds a fuel gun! I keep a glow plug in the little pocket. another thing i like is it has safety straps with buckles to keep your stuff from falling out. headed to the track my caddy has my box, tools, fuel, etc, but i also have my TX on the opposite side of the bump box and i use the strap so it dont fall out or grow legs when im not looking or out marshaling.
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Home depot husky tool carrier
Best $16 bux I spent, holds everything, starter box, fuel bottle, fuel gun, gallon of fuel, temp gun, tuning screw driver, glow plug wrench, and still has room for more.......
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