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Which car hauler bag is the best?

Old 08-04-2015, 04:29 PM
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Has anyone tried using a drop bottom wheeled duffel bag? I was looking at them and it looked like wheels, parts, charger, etc could fit in the bottom portion if you were to build up the sides with cardboard or plastic material. then keep vehicles in the top duffel portion.

just wondering if anyone has tried this before.

http://www.sportsmansguide.com/produ...-bag?a=1151285
I used a Team Magic drawer type hauler for the better part of 10 years. Worked ok but not very efficient as the drawers take up a fair amount of the space and its not deep enough to use most parts boxes. I actually just picked up the bag listed above sold under the Coleman label for $30 at Wally World. I just couldn't bring myself to spend 2 bills on a bag.
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Old 08-04-2015, 05:14 PM
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Ogio 9800
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Old 08-04-2015, 05:41 PM
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How much other stuff fits into the JConcepts? Is that the medium sized one? Thanks!
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There is a few guys and myself that use a Stanley fatmaxx tool box, holds a lot of gear I can fit my buggy in the top portion and 2 more stacked on top the handle holds them up their nicely. I like it very much

http://www.walmart.com/ip/21631710?w...769832&veh=sem
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Ogio 9800
Can you put your car aswell as tools, parts etc in the Ogio? I'd like to have everything in one place.
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Pretty cool idea. I may purchase this. Living in a city apartment with a small storage space, I'm looking for something to store 2 rollers and all my gear in that stands up, then can be rolled out to the car.

There may be better solutions outside of the RC world. $150 - $200 for cardboard/plastic and some cheap fabric is laughable.

Any other ideas out there?

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There is a few guys and myself that use a Stanley fatmaxx tool box, holds a lot of gear I can fit my buggy in the top portion and 2 more stacked on top the handle holds them up their nicely. I like it very much

http://www.walmart.com/ip/21631710?w...769832&veh=sem
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Old 08-05-2015, 10:18 AM
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OGIO 9800. Your car might fit. It depends on how much stuff you have. This thing is what a lot of Pro's use to travel with and what friends and myself will be using. TLR just released the OGIO 9800 bag with their Logo on it. These bags stand up well to our use.



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Old 08-05-2015, 05:18 PM
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The Medium Roller Bag, JConcepts Medium Roller Bag - 2209.


the medium is a big bag, it fits the SCT truck and 1 2WD buggy with some room to spare for charger, radiio, and tires.


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Which bag can you fit a SCT and small buggy roller INSIDE? Thanks! BTW - If anyone is selling, I am in the market. thanks!
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Jconcepts med bag has been on backorder for months!
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this fox bag is big enough to fit all your things in, and i got it in two days free shipping.

https://www.rockymountainatvmc.com/p...e%20gear%20bag

here is a video on the bag https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SWw4i5EtOsc
put your parts and tools in here

http://www.northerntool.com/shop/too...3562_200493562

I have had the hauler bags and in my opinion they are all over priced and junk for the most part. The drawers are all the same thin plastic that bends and falls apart.
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That's a very nice looking bag. Fair bit cheaper than an Ogio aswell. Do you have a picture with your cars in it?

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Here is a video of the OGIO 9800. Compare the 2.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QgJ4ClmWTqo
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Wow - That Ogio bag is awesome. For me, my limited space requires a Hauler that can be used for storage and taken to the track. The Ogio would be great for extended travel, but then would have to load/unload. If I traveled overnight though to race, I would get the OGIO.
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Old 08-07-2015, 12:17 PM
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I'm just looking for something to take to the local track. I don't plan on travelling with my cars or anything. I liked the jconcepts backpack but everywhere I check has been out of stock. Anything comparable out there? I have a 1/10 buggy and tools and two sets of tires usually.
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I have a few ogio bags and they are awesome. They are the most durable and we'll made bags I have seen, but I want something that is specifically setup to haul my cars. I can't see spending $200 on one of these bags though. The JCONCEPTS medium racing bag looks pretty nice for about $85 and to be the same as the team magic formula 10 bag. Anyone have this JCONCEPTS bag? Is the wing tote pro hauler that much nicer for twice the price?
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