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Old 12-29-2003, 04:11 PM   #16
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A huddy board fits easy
I fit a hudy board,setup and tweak tool in that pocket on mine
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Old 12-29-2003, 06:01 PM   #17
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I'd rather have 3 large drawers, the only thing I don't like are the little ones....
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A huddy board fits easy
I fit a hudy board,setup and tweak tool in that pocket on mine
hey O,

Just curious on a hong kong website that sells the team magic bag they list the weight of the bag at 7100 grams or 15.6 lbs. Is it really that heavy? So far it seems that no one who visits here knows how to get one in the states, but just about everyone who looks at this thread likes it.
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Old 12-29-2003, 06:39 PM   #19
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Get me a trinity part number on it and I will see if I can order it. PM me and I will let you know. Shipping won't be cheap, but I doubt it will be $80. My box of turbomatchers was bigger than at it only cost $35 to send it from CE.

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here are some dimensions on the bag

bag size: 21.25in X 19.69in X 9.45in
540mm X 500mm X 240mm

Large drawer: 20.08in X 5.12in X 8.66in
510mm X 130mm X 220mm

Small drawer: 9.65in X 5.12in X 8.66in
245mm X 130mm X 220mm

I got these measurements from www.jethobby.com seems to me that the small drawers might be off a little, or the cardboard on these drawers are nice and thick.
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Old 12-29-2003, 07:01 PM   #21
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the part number i have for it is: 119212. I dont know if that is a trinity part number or a team magic part number.
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Hey Porsche, check this out;

http://www.rctech.net/events/chicago2003/index6.shtml

http://www.happytimehobby.com/cgi-lo...s=View+Records
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Old 12-29-2003, 11:37 PM   #23
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he bag isnt that heavy,rc model put that weight in to calculate postage and packing (protoform bodies are 600g on his site)
I got the transmitter bag as well (large and very nice)
also the starter bag (holds 10 pairs of wheels/tyres)

it takes everyting but my power supply
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Pretty nice. I like these Multiplex cases but I can't find any in the states:



Oh and you can get that case and the other one here:

http://www.gmmodels.co.uk/acatalog/
I've been using that exact multiplex case for years. Got it from Karlton at multiplexusa.com

The TurboGFX fits perfectly in the top compartment with it's PSU (a TX fits well too)
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http://store.racers-edge.com/catalog...g&parent_id=67

Here you go. You can find TM Touring Car Bag Black. The price is US$ 74.99.

or probably ask the dealer order from HRP (www.hrpdealer.com). May be cheaper.
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I'm wonderiing if a Turbo 35 and a PS will fit in those small drawers? Thanks for the link, I think I may be getting one... I'm tired of stuffing my car, chargers, radio and set up tools into a plastic tote box....
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http://store.racers-edge.com/catalog...g&parent_id=67

Here you go. You can find TM Touring Car Bag Black. The price is US$ 74.99.

or probably ask the dealer order from HRP (www.hrpdealer.com). May be cheaper.
Thanks for the reply Nick, I cant wait to get mine!
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I'm wonderiing if a Turbo 35 and a PS will fit in those small drawers? Thanks for the link, I think I may be getting one... I'm tired of stuffing my car, chargers, radio and set up tools into a plastic tote box....
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I listed the dimensions of the boxes and the bag to help people out with the size, just scroll up to see them
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The 1st drawer (from top) is mainly for the car. Normally, the car is the lightest equipment. That's why we put this car drawer on the top.
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