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Old 01-19-2011, 05:20 PM   #1
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Default Help pick ULTIMATE TRANSPORTER BAG & BOX

Hi, please can someone help to choose a good tranportation race bag & Tool, & Parts Box.
For use with Off road Buggy nitro cars.
From early days I use fishing box & bags ( PLANO)
Today I see They steel a good choice, but we have Hobby especifc Bags & Box.

Please me Choose Transportation Race Bags, & Box for Tools & Parts.
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Old 01-19-2011, 05:32 PM   #2
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Default Oops sorry there is a post like

Sorry to make this post, there is one just like this,,,,
Whell...
seems like OFNA is the one.
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Old 01-19-2011, 05:43 PM   #3
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Tackle boxes for parts, hardware, oils etc. and put them in Contico storage containers and call it a day. Contico's are the only way to go when traveling also.
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Plano parts boxes in an OGIO 9800 bag. DONE! Hands down the best way to travel to races.
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Plano parts boxes in an OGIO 9800 bag. DONE! Hands down the best way to travel to races.
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I've tried all the hauler bags(Venom,Protek and Ofna) while they all served the purpose. They eventually tore or zippers broke or they just didnt have enough room. None was as convienient and durable as the OGIO 9800 I bought last year. I can fit my truggy/buggy, tires, tools and enough clothes(seperate compartment) for a weekend race in ONE bag. The bag is durable, has good wheels, solid zippers and is flat out just badass. Make the investment 1 time and be done with it... Packing mine up to fly to Motorama next month... Easy day!!!!

Oh yeah.. Got two contico boxes also. That I dont use anymore. They are o.k. but cumbersome and awkward. If I had to do again they would have stayed at Walmart
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The heavy duty zippers and big wheels on them are make it so worth it. All the RC "Specific" ones suck for off road. Zippers always break and wheels are totally inadequate. I have had my share of RC ones and the OGIO tops them all.
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Just bought the hudy hauler and its flipping epic but it is rather large
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stanly comes out with some nice plastic tool boxes with wheels.
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