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Old 07-06-2011, 03:59 PM   #1
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what do you use to store and trasports you tires to the track?
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:02 PM   #2
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A little pricey but not to bad when they are on sale and holds a TON of tires.
http://www.sears.com/shc/s/p_10153_1...1&blockType=G1
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you cant beat dialed inc stuff. They have the cans and the ziplock style bags. i personally use the bags. they are cheap and they separate all the tires and easy to identify . I use to throw them in a plastic bin and it was a pain finding tires, only thing i wish was different is i made the swap sooner



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go to walmart
get a cart your going to need it.
go to automotive
look by the tires get one the boxs/trunks they have there about 20 bucks found near the tires

then get glad bags normal for buggy
5 gallon for truggy
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:47 PM   #5
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Thanks guys and losi I can agree about the dialed stuff but I was looking for something that would hold more tires plus buggy and truggy together the wal mart box is sounding good
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Old 07-06-2011, 04:49 PM   #6
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http://www.pantherteam.com/index.php...roducts_id=246
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A cardboard box is what I use, and the best part is it was FREE.....lol
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Old 07-06-2011, 05:11 PM   #8
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Thanks guys and losi I can agree about the dialed stuff but I was looking for something that would hold more tires plus buggy and truggy together the wal mart box is sounding good
it hold 10 sets??? how many sets do you bring to the track lol, even at big races i usually only bring a max of 10 for each, but thats why i have a truggy bag.
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I use an old milk crate I got for free from the local grocery. To hold individual sets together, I used 5/16" all-thread with a regular nut/washer on one end that is glued on. I measured the length to accommodate a set of tires, cut the all-thread and use a wing nut/washer to hold it all together.

My next step is to get some rubberized tool handle dip and dip them, but I haven't done that yet.
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I think the dialed stuff is overpriced. Its just bags that sip up and surgical waste bags. Same bags they use at the hospital.
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One gallon ziplock bags sealed after tires were simple greened then in a rubbermade tote they go. I am have hit the point were I need a bigger tote tho.
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+1 on the dialed bags with the dialed ziplock bags. I usually take 1 buggy and 1 truggy sometimes 2 buggy when I run e bug too. Best tire bags out there and you can pit your name on them too

Dialed stuff rocks>>>>

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+1 on the dialed bags with the dialed ziplock bags. I usually take 1 buggy and 1 truggy sometimes 2 buggy when I run e bug too. Best tire bags out there and you can pit your name on them too

Dialed stuff rocks>>>>

Hey I didnt get any of those nice dial bags when you gave me that old cardboard box of tires!! LOL !! dial bags r nice !! U need new ones Frankie the ones you have r dirty !! LOL !!
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http://www.ziploc.com/Products/Pages...e=Two%20gallon

$3.00 for 10 and reusealbe

http://www.homedepot.com/h_d1/N-5yc1...atalogId=10053

$5.00 10 gallon.



This is what I use....... I like dialed, but the cost difference is crazy.

I can write my name on in with giltter pens. Bling!
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+1 on the dialed bags with the dialed ziplock bags. I usually take 1 buggy and 1 truggy sometimes 2 buggy when I run e bug too. Best tire bags out there and you can pit your name on them too

Dialed stuff rocks>>>>

hey ur garage looks like mine with that stack lol
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