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Old 12-01-2015, 01:03 PM
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I need a hauler bag for my 1/10th scale SCT, 1/10th scale buggy, transmitters, batteries, charger, tires and parts. Most of the ones I see are to small for the sct, but I'm leaning towards the pro-line hauler bag as it has straps to store the sct on top and buggy inside. Does anyone else have a better option?
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Old 12-01-2015, 01:41 PM
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I have the protek p-8. It's good quality and can fit your sc strapped on the top and 10th scale in top drawer. This bag is def bigger than the proline hauler bag
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get a Fox motocross bag and plastic storage containers from Northern tools. I had the proline bag it was okay but can't put much in the drawers because they sag with weight. Pretty much all rc bags use the same drawers. The Fox bag I use I can put all my stuff in it which is a lot plus a car inside and strap one on the top outside. it is on wheels and has a handle that pulls out. Spent 140 on it.
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Thank you for the tips guys. Tower hobbies ran out of the pro line bag so I am looking at either that motorcross bag or the hot bodies 1/8 bag which towerhobbies sells. Tower offered to price match for the hot bodies bag so it's $169 shipped minus coupons
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Wing tote has a new one coming

http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXBHSU&P=6

It's just to transport the buggy with no tools, it looks like.
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I currently have a big plastic tub to hold all of my gear but I still have to make two trips. I was trying to find a bag that would allow me to bring everything but the deep cycle marine battery which I can carry in the other hand. Sc car on top, buggy in a drawer, remote(s) and spare receivers in a drawer, tools and spare parts in a drawer and finally tires, wheels, glue and tire spray in a drawer. I have the Hot Bodies 1/8th scale in route so hopefully it fits the bill. The only negatives I've seen are the cheap flimsy compartments...but hopefully I can reinforce them with plexiglass, 1/8" thick plastic or some other material to give more support to the base, corners and sides. It's really a shame that a $180 bag provides cardboard trays vs something a bit more substantial.
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I needed a bag that would fit standing up in the trunk of my 300C but still have space like a traditional hauler bag, the ofna one works well for that and even includes a transmitter bag which ironically I use to hold stuff other than my transmitter lol.

In the end though, I found seperate bags for my vehicles overall worked better since doing offroad they come back dirty.

Wing Totes stuff though is excellent. That bag listed appears to be similar in some respects to the dialed rc bags.
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http://www.rctech.net/forum/electric...g-best-10.html

^lots of good info on bags.
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http://www.amazon.com/Ogio-2014-9800...ds=ogio%209800

http://www.amazon.com/Ogio-Wheeled-9...ds=ogio%209800
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