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Old 01-12-2011, 11:43 PM   #16
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this is what i use!!!! normal 1/8th scale haulers are 13 to 14inches wide this one is 19inches!! in bottom drawer it fits a b4.1 and t4.1 with wheels both on them. Front of buggy and truck face to the front of drawer. hope that helps



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Old 01-13-2011, 12:36 AM   #17
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lots of room they would never fit in the normal size 1/8 scale hauler like this
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Old 01-13-2011, 01:53 PM   #18
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I have one of these boxes and it's awesome. Fits my TX and random tools etc. The best part is when it's closed, all the little bits and pieces stay put even if I drop the box or it flips over in the trunk or bed of the truck. I'd post a link but apparently I'm too new to the forum to do that. So check out pdysystems com w/out the spaces. Or search for Lift n Lock tool box.
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Old 01-14-2011, 06:22 PM   #19
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Are the drawers in the OFNA bag plastic or cardboard? And can you fit a truggy in one of the bigger drawers with the wheels removed?
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I just bought a tool bag from home depot, and I am very happy with the price and the room! I found a ton of bags there and the price cannot be beat!!!
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Old 01-14-2011, 10:49 PM   #22
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Been using the trusty Team Magic M8 bag,

Plenty of others like it, but that one has worked well for me. I do like the pics of that Duratrax bag, to bad it says Duratrax on it. LOL. Oh well a sharpie can fix that.
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Are the drawers in the OFNA bag plastic or cardboard? And can you fit a truggy in one of the bigger drawers with the wheels removed?
The drawers are cardboard, I reinforced all of mine with clear packing tape on the outside and they are working out fantastic. The drawers are too small for a truggy but a buggy fits fine with the wheels taken off. I cant really picture a bag that will fit a truggy without being obscenely big...
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Like some of the other MX bags, I have a couple FOX bags. After tearing up a couple RC bags, these MX will take a beating.
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Old 01-17-2011, 04:19 PM   #25
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I as well have been using the team magic t8 bag its awesome, and still holding up great after 3 years
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Saw someone pitting with one of these the other week. He was an 1/8th racer and it looked like he had everything in that one box. Looked very roomy.



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Saw someone pitting with one of these the other week. He was an 1/8th racer and it looked like he had everything in that one box. Looked very roomy.



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I use this box for 1/8 truggy and soon buggy, holds all my equipment and works great. I use a plano tackle box for all my spare parts. Organazation is the key to success!!
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I use a AE Bag and Mugen Bag. Would use the OGIO if I travelled though. Still might even though I don't. I love there stuff.
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