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Old 03-21-2011, 12:01 PM   #16
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im liking the shepherd bag... im seeing if i can get a good deal on one...
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Old 03-21-2011, 12:17 PM   #17
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O G I O 9800 w/ plano boxes for tools, parts and anything you will need. The bag willl last a lifetime. The zippers are durable and the wheels are excellent. I have owned the Protek style boxes and they work but nothing like the ogio.
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Not counting the ogio stuff looks sweet. But kinda pricy compared to a race hauler. But im sure better quality
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Im on my 2nd Team Magic hauler. I sold the first one because I needed something larger to hold 2 vehicles. I immediately started missing it and when I found one used for $75 at the track I bought it. Ive had this one for probably 4 years now. Its showing its age and Ive had to do some repairs to keep it going but I will never again be without one. My only wish is they would make an even bigger version that would fit a truggy.
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I use 2 Racers Edge haulers. They are very similar to the ProTek, Trinity/Epic, Team Magic, etc... bags, but not quite the same as those. The racers edge bag has 4 drawers in-stead of the standard 5 drawer layout, which makes it easier to fit bigger items. The handle is also a little different as is the upper tool compartment. They work very well and have plenty of room.

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http://www.gshobby.com/index.php?mai...f3f21619b468a6
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Old 03-21-2011, 03:02 PM   #21
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I love my wingtote bag. little larger than most stores alot of stuff and best part is it rolls from the back so you can use it like a 2 wheel cart for anything else on top. By far the best bag I have used.
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Old 03-21-2011, 03:32 PM   #22
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Any MX bag will work and has a TON of room...

I use,
http://www.btosports.com/p/ONL1310

fits all my stuff including 1 buggy


also I have seen used and might upgrade to

http://www.btosports.com/p/MR11ROLLER.


IMO these are WAY better than hobby bags as they last longer and are easy to haul around..
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I use 2 Racers Edge haulers. They are very similar to the ProTek, Trinity/Epic, Team Magic, etc... bags, but not quite the same as those. The racers edge bag has 4 drawers in-stead of the standard 5 drawer layout, which makes it easier to fit bigger items. The handle is also a little different as is the upper tool compartment. They work very well and have plenty of room.

I got mine here
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Old 03-21-2011, 03:59 PM   #24
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This is the bag to have Tee!

http://www.kamikazetoysandhobbies.co...hp?prod=WGT418
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I use 2 different bags...one is the venom hauler...it's very comparable (if not the same) to any of the other race haulers mentioned...and at least $50 cheaper from tower!!!! The other is the "hitman body bag" made by Warrior...it's a wheeled hockey hauler that's FRIG'N HUGE!!!! i used to carry the venom bag, large plastic tote, and a crate style handymans bag to every race i went...talk about a P.I.T.A....but now I can just grab the handles and wheel both bags where ever I need to....AND the warrior bag is ALOT cheaper than ALOT of bags out on the market (picked mine up for $60 bran-new with a body outlined in the bottom...how sweet)
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Yeah I see that. They were out of stock quickly before I bought mine. Only took about a week for them to be back in. Maybe that will be the case this time.
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Chad Phillips at Absolute has the protek in stock if you want to go with it.

http://www.absolutehobbyz.com/produc...oducts_id=2326
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Running outdoors, I notice that my Racers Edge bag is starting to show some holes by where the wheels are located from rubbing the ground, so I now carry my bag (PITA). Also when I rolled it, it seemed to tip over when going over any little rut. This bag looks like it would be more stable when rolling around and maybe have more clearance to the dirt so you don't wear holes in the bottom of the bag.
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Running outdoors, I notice that my Racers Edge bag is starting to show some holes by where the wheels are located from rubbing the ground, so I now carry my bag (PITA). Also when I rolled it, it seemed to tip over when going over any little rut. This bag looks like it would be more stable when rolling around and maybe have more clearance to the dirt so you don't wear holes in the bottom of the bag.
I have had the bag for 3 years now with no holes rips. Has not tiped over once. It really is nice to be able to stack a few more things on top without them falling off either. The only problem is it holds so much crap it is hard to load up in the truck!
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I have had the bag for 3 years now with no holes rips. Has not tiped over once. It really is nice to be able to stack a few more things on top without them falling off either. The only problem is it holds so much crap it is hard to load up in the truck!
LOL same here, hope he races his buggy better then he rolls his bag!
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