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Old 09-05-2013, 06:27 PM
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There's a reason the top pros in the country travel with these holding there cars. They paid for them themselves. That's should tell you something.
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Originally Posted by rdeppen View Post
There's a reason the top pros in the country travel with these holding there cars. They paid for them themselves. That's should tell you something.
If the op is travelling to races via flights then its a great choice no doubt compared to the weaker hauler bags. But for lugging to local/drivable tracks, the cheapo tote box works just as well just my 0.02.

Anyways seems like the ogios the duffel bag to get then .
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
This seems to be the case. I pretty much use my hauler bag as a work station - I'll probably just go with another purpose made hauler. Thanks
I use this on my track pit http://www.pdysystems.com/ got two of em along with the totes. Holds larger parts as well and screws/small parts don't mix in the top drawers as well.
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So, lets recap:

Everyone who has one thinks they are the best thing ever.

Everyone who doesn't thinks they suck (because they are a cheapskate, like drawers, or whatever reason).

Anyone have one and hate it? Post back!
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Originally Posted by Grandturk View Post
Not looking for alternatives or comments from the 99%-er peanut gallery.

If I bought "another chassis," I would still need a bag to put it in to get it to the track.
Turk you just said the key word "bag" not a OGIO, a bag, Ross department store roller bag wheels and extending arm $27!!! if it breaks you buy another one and still have not come close to $189. Thats common sense.

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Originally Posted by Bubonic-X View Post
Turk you just said the key word "bag" not a OGIO, a bag, Ross department store roller bag wheels and extending arm $27!!! if it breaks you buy another one and still have not come close to $189. Thats common sense.

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Take money out of the equation. I'm not concerned with how much it costs or how much I could save or whatever. That's not what I was asking. I wasn't asking for alternatives. I wasn't asking for what your Grammy uses to lug laundry around in.

Anyway - I'm still on the fence. I'm not convinced that this bag would be practically better than my current - worn out - hauler bag.
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They are pretty trick, but I think the biggest thing you have to decide is are you travelling or not. If you are, to me it's a no brainer. These things look like they fit a ton and hold up well.

If you aren't then honestly, any old thing will work. Go for one you like best and get it. I've had 20 or 30 different containers over the years. Currently I have a Racers Edge hauler and a cheap psuedo footlocker thing from Walmart. I really need to consolidate though because I can't fit everything into 2 things. I always still end up having my radio bag and car sitting on top =\
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sorry to side track the topic even more, but has anyone tried this new JC bag?

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...FbBDMgodtgEAEw
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Back on topic: If you plan on using the OGIO 9800 while traveling you could possibly be hit with oversize luggage fees due to its dimensions being larger than TSA limits.
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My wife just got me one! $139 and free shipping! I've been watching them for a long time.
I had the T8 before, GARBAGE
Best thing about OGIO bag, LIFETIME WARRANTY
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Originally Posted by nv529 View Post
Back on topic: If you plan on using the OGIO 9800 while traveling you could possibly be hit with oversize luggage fees due to its dimensions being larger than TSA limits.
I fly with a 9800 stuffed full of snow board gear often.its not oversized, but its easy to pack over weight. you have to stay under 50lbs.
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Originally Posted by boudin4evr View Post
My wife just got me one! $139 and free shipping! I've been watching them for a long time.
I had the T8 before, GARBAGE
Best thing about OGIO bag, LIFETIME WARRANTY
Was that for the 9800?, if so that's a great deal.
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I have one and it was worth every penny. Even when I'm not hauling RC stuff on a plane it is a great travel bag for anything you want to bring or bring back from your trip.
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I'm moving back to one. My purpose built pit box sucks. Everything sags and its pretty cheap. While its not as convenient to work out of an Ogio, they hold a lot more than a full sized pit box. You just need to pack your stuff a little differently. I can fit all the stuff in my pit box into the Ogio and still have room for a buggy and possibly a remote. Plus it wont fall apart on you. My Proline hauler looks trick but its mediocre.
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