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Old 03-22-2011, 08:47 AM   #46
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No harm intended, just love some smack talk..... its fun at the track, that bag does look better...where they located the handle and wheels, more for a truggy driver...more stable lol just messing wichya
Your relentless! It's funny though...no worries! I have pretty thick skin.
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Your relentless! It's funny though...no worries! I have pretty thick skin.
And you thought Franky was bad.......its all in fun...till the light turns green... then back to fun after the race is over, but luv to talk trash in the stand too...if I know them makes racing more fun!
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I still work out of the bag, even in the trailer. Y'all coming race this weekend?
Not for sure yet. Still kickin it around.
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Old 03-22-2011, 10:33 AM   #49
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Hi all, this is my first post here since i'm new to nitro RC, i bought a Jato, and made this carrying box myself, suits all my current needs, i guess down the road i'll have to add more features, or make a new one.

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Old 03-22-2011, 10:42 AM   #50
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Hi all, this is my first post here since i'm new to nitro RC, i bought a Jato, and made this carrying box myself, suits all my current needs, i guess down the road i'll have to add more features, or make a new one.


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yeah, when you start racing 1/8 scale you bag never seem's big enough lol....
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It's all about these. Durable, wheels that actually work and tons of space.
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Ya but I like having drawers to separate suff.
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Ya but I like having drawers to separate suff.
second that! ^^^
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And you thought Franky was bad.......its all in fun...till the light turns green... then back to fun after the race is over, but luv to talk trash in the stand too...if I know them makes racing more fun!
Yeah! We've got a pretty good group of racers over here too. Good competition and good smack talk. Frank's all good on or off the track. He's helped me out quite a few times.
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It's all about these. Durable, wheels that actually work and tons of space.
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Old 03-23-2011, 01:43 AM   #58
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does this bag fit buggy, stick radio control, tools, scres and spare parts, a few tires and a small starterbox?
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I've been using a Team Magic F8 it pretty much the same as the racers edge and few other by the look off it and found it to be great, I also have a TM starer box bag hanging of the side witch is very handy.

My tires at the moment i use a cheap plastic dive tub that i strap to the top of the hauler bag to make it just one easy trip into the track.
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I've tried carry bags more than once and they last about 2 race days before I get pissed at the boxes and drawers and not being able to get to everything quickly. I use two of these, 1 for parts in clear tackle type boxes, and the other just for tires, 2 boxes are all it takes. PLUS they are water proof, for guys like me who roll without a trailor and just a truck bed for storage . Not to mention you get two of these for less than one carry bag.

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