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Old 06-15-2020, 10:45 PM
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Has anyone found similar bags to the 9800 that are also durable but don't cost as much as the car being put in it? I found some bags online for about 1/5 as much, but if they're going to fall apart 10 times as fast, that's not really a deal.
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Half the size of the ogio, but perfect for onroad if you don’t have a ton of stuff is the Tuning Haus bag, look it up. Got it really cheap on amazon
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Lots of space, it will hold a lot of stuff
https://www.amazon.com/Tuning-Haus-1155-Equipment-Bag/dp/B01KV9H2J6/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=tuning+haus+bag&qid=1592287058&sr=8-1 https://www.amazon.com/Tuning-Haus-1155-Equipment-Bag/dp/B01KV9H2J6/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=tuning+haus+bag&qid=1592287058&sr=8-1
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Nice, but I'm looking for off road, and I like to have plenty of tools and spares with me.
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Thereís this now, not sure on price though.

https://www.redrc.net/2020/06/koswor...s-trolley-bag/
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Walmart has this. https://www.walmart.com/ip/PROTEGE-3...LACK/432561448
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The 9800 is expensive but it is one of the best investments I have made for racing and work every penny
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I've been using this bag for about 18 months and it's been holding very well for me, tons of places to organize all my tools, I just don't know what I would do without it!
https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01IDK9GS0/ https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01IDK9GS0/
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The pivotal bags are nearly as big as the 9800 and allow you to pack a car much better as they are rectangular.
Under 50 on Amazon and other sites
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The OGIO bags are so nice,, but yes the pricing is a bit high, interested in what comes out of this thread
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Why not go with the rolling tool box!?
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Originally Posted by Slashripper View Post
Why not go with the rolling tool box!?
I have been using this lately, but it's a little too big and cumbersome, and I have considered those stacking systems, but I need to lay it down in my trunk and imagine a vertical tool box would make a huge mess.
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I found this one while looking at the OGIO 9800, it looks like a worthwhile option
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I appreciate everybody willing to do the research for me, but I already found a bunch of bags with similar specs to the Ogio. Was just hoping somebody had experience with one and could comment on its function and durability.

I had actually decided to be the guinea pig and try the TPRC 36 inch rolling duffel, but Amazon went and raised the price 65% the day after I put it on my wish list, and now I canít buy it from them out of principle.
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