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Old 11-05-2007, 06:41 AM   #1
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Default Looking for a new way to haul my stuff to the track..

Im always picky on how it do stuff, anywhere from keeping my stuff clena enough to eat off, to spending 3 hours wiring 1 car perfectly!

But anyways, I use Racers Edge/AE Hauller pags, i dont like them.. or haulerbags in general... Having to pull teh bottom box out while others on top if you only want that one, just bugys me

Im looking for a heavy duty tote with like handles and stuff, or something on wheels with a handle or whatnot. Im checking at Menards, Home Depot, Walmart and such..

So if you got something id might be interested, post a pic or link me!
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Old 11-05-2007, 06:52 AM   #2
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Have you looked at the Team Magic Touring Car or 1/8 Bags. They are nice.

http://www.teamtrinity.com/team_magi...-homepage.html

I use an OFNA Bag that is similar to Team Magic Touring Car bag.
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Old 11-05-2007, 06:56 AM   #3
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Ya, but i want to get away from the hauler bags, want to try heavy duty totes or something with wheels, something i can just throuw evey thing in i guess lol with alittle organization ...

I remember soneone having these wide black totes, with handles on teh side, Ill have to pm him.
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Old 11-05-2007, 07:09 AM   #4
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Only looking at the possibly more simple option, but maybe you could just carry less equipment?

Just looking at all the options here...
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or just get a trailer and use your rc car to drive it to the track? just a though
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Old 11-05-2007, 07:20 AM   #6
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lol. Ive though to fit! and I have to bring lots of stuff!
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The Team Magic hauler bag is quite possibly the greatest invention in RC history... You can pull out the bottom drawers without having to take out the top ones... And it has wheels, a place for your tools, places for setup boards and what not, I love mine!
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This is what I have and it is awesome!

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lol. Ive though to fit! and I have to bring lots of stuff!
the joys of having sponsors lol

Well, id say if its a LOT of stuff, maybe make a custom job with wheels? Then get some stackable boxes with lids maybe? Then you can sticker them up for added appeal

Just one other thought, Is track access easy with a wheeled item?

Failing that you are looking at a lot of hauler bags...
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Ya, I can wheel cars there.
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i have the team magic 1/8 scale hauler bag. it's awesome but the bottom on the handle side seems to be caving in and i have only used it for one season and it cost $150. i'm looking into the rc pro box. it's expensive ($299) but looks very durable and big enough for everything.http://www.rcprobox.com
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ya, not work 300 imo.
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Only looking at the possibly more simple option, but maybe you could just carry less equipment?

Just looking at all the options here...
The "If clauses" for you carry less:
If you don't need setup anymore due it's recongnized track:
-setup board
-setup gauge set
-shock oil and springs
If you know already the track of traction condition, what kind of tyres you needed, then the track condition is dusty:
-little number sets of different compound of tyres, only 2 to 3 set of tires you need
-tire warmer set
-tire truer
-tire traction formula
If it's only silver can or 27T stock races:
-little number of spare parts: arms, knuckles, driveshaft.
-motor spray(silver can only)
If your batteries and motors are using connector sets:
-soldering iron set
If there's table and light:
-mobile table
-desk foldable lamp
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http://www.sterilite.com/Category.ht...ctCategory=34#

I have three of these(1842)...one for tool and chargers and the other two are separate boxes for on-road and off-road....cost is < $20.00 at Walmart...
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I'm pretty sure this one, or one very similar has a handle and wheels to pull it around, you can get at each box through the side;

http://www.teamtrinity.com/team_magic_prod/bags/formula8.html
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