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Old 12-17-2004, 12:12 PM   #16
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Check out speedmind carrying bags
2 Versions, small one with 2 boxes and a big one with 3 boxes.
They looks awsome with their woven grapite patterned fabric material.
I have the bigger one and they have extra pockets for a setup board, and misc stuff.

http://www.magmarc.com/pages/catalog...sp#Accessories

part number cb1006 and cb1007 I think
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Old 12-17-2004, 12:26 PM   #17
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I lug three boxes to the track, One team magic hauler with the team magic transmitter bag, one xray hauler and a toolbox to put in misc tools/fluids that has slide out draws for easy access.

My HUDY tools stay in my team magic bag up top so they're protected and not flop around. I put my CE GFX and power supply in the big compartment, I cut two of the small compartments up and taped them together so I could have another big comparment and this holds my Hudy Truer, Comm lathe, pit light and various electrical components (power strip and extension cord) and the small boxes are for various other stuff like my weller soldering station and motor sprays.

My Xray team bag holds all my RC car related components, spare parts, small comparmental parts (screws, nuts, washers) Tires, setup board. If you setup the most accessed parts in the Xray it will be better because the boxes are plastic and not easily worn out.

It's amazing what you can hold in these three things. Just hand carry your cars

Hope this helps, after years of experimenting this system works the best for me but others may not agree

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Old 12-17-2004, 07:58 PM   #18
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I use 1 tackel box (large plaino box) for loads of tool chargers and fluids,motors,nuts and bolts. Then i got a duffle bag i bought at Home Depot ( Mc Guire bag) that holds my tire truer spair parts box comm cutter and battery box, and set up stuff. In the large trinity hauler i got my xray, L4, bodies for both, tires for both cars, compressed air and motor spray cans,discharge trays, and so on.. On a good strong day i can make it to the track in one trip.... Without blowing a gasket
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Old 12-17-2004, 10:55 PM   #19
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I found mine to be extremely sturdy, it's not 3 boxes, but 3 drawers instead. It's no Xray haulers which have plastic boxes, but Mugen drawers are real deep. During summer club racing, I can literally haul all my 1/8th gas stuff, 1/10th electric stuff all in 2 haulers, with the exceptiong of the 2 cars and a gallon of fuel.

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Old 12-18-2004, 10:25 AM   #20
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How do these bags hold up when they are used for air travel?

Which are the best ones that come with wheels?

I want to put in a 35GFX, batteries, car, motor lathe and misc parts into the bag, but I was concerned that the magic bag was too small for something like the 35GFX.

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My brother puts a turbo 35BL in his Magic Bag. It pushes the side out a little but it fits ok. I also love the fact the Magic Bag has wheels.
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I want a case that I don't have to remove everything to get 1 thing out..... The boxes are nice until you just want to get what's in the bottom one....
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I found mine to be extremely sturdy, it's not 3 boxes, but 3 drawers instead. It's no Xray haulers which have plastic boxes, but Mugen drawers are real deep. During summer club racing, I can literally haul all my 1/8th gas stuff, 1/10th electric stuff all in 2 haulers, with the exceptiong of the 2 cars and a gallon of fuel.

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Old 12-18-2004, 06:08 PM   #24
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I got mine from my local shop. You can find them at www.acehardwarehobbies.com

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Default Traveling set up

Here's my set up, I can get into the track in one trip:

TC car on top
Tool Box in the middle holds batteries, motors, parts, manuals...
Sears Box on Bottom with built in wheels and handle
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Default Traveling set up 2

Top shelf of Sears box holds:

Transmitter
12th scale Carpet Knife
Speed mind tweek station
Pitbull charger
Tools, pit towel...

under red shelf I have a bracket to hold my set board
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Default Traveling set up 3

Remove the red shelf you have

power supply with cooling fan for my car
GFX
Pit light
12 scale body (not shown)
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Default Traveling set up 4

Under all that remove wood shelf you have:

spare tires
Integy set up station
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You should take a look at the OFNA bag. It's bigger than the Team Magic bag, comes with a radio bag included, but functions the same as the Team Magic bag.

http://www.nitrohouse.com/ofna_accessories.htm
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