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Old 12-16-2004, 07:21 PM   #1
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Hey mybe you guys can help... I currently have a trinity 3 box hauler (bigger is better) but it's starting to fall apart . So if you guys could post some links on some real sweet and DURABLE bag that would be great... I really like the xray team carring bag but cant find it anywhere. Remember bigger is better i got a lot of stuff!!!!!




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I have seen many hauler bags.
Most of them can only last the owner around 6 months depends on usage.
I have for myself a XRAY Hauler bag for the past 1 year. Its still as new cos the box is made out of plastic (?). It is waterproof so no matter what, it will still hold on to the shape that it came with.
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so where did you get the bag from?? and what did it cost you in dollars????
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Old 12-16-2004, 08:32 PM   #4
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I have heard that someone found some Rubbermade plastic boxes that were the same size as the cardboard boxes in the big trinity bag (the one with 3 wide boxes). Anyone know if this is true?
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so where did you get the bag from?? and what did it cost you in dollars????
I think its below USD100.
Try http://shopping.rcmodel.com.hk/ .
Its retailing for USD92.86.
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Old 12-16-2004, 09:17 PM   #6
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i have associateds' black hauler. its HUGE...also, probably the most durable i've ever owned. plus the boxes can be replaced cheap since they are of no special design. i put everything i had in a speedmind hauler into it and still had an empty box...lol

cost was around 45$
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Old 12-16-2004, 09:18 PM   #7
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Alberto, you can use that PRP bag that I do... Onlt problem is it doesn't like to stand up on its own....
I was contemplating something like this... https://webvia.techni-tool.com/VIA5/...A4&newWindow=Y
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Old 12-16-2004, 10:43 PM   #8
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Check out the Team Magic Bag ( http://www.teammagic.com.tw/home-p2003-3p.htm ) I have one and love it. It may be on the small size but I owned a Losi bag (which is huge) and I like not hurting my back know.
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I have had AE's big hauler bag since around 1994. I want to switch to 2 smaller ones since this thing is too hard to lug around when full.
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I think its below USD100.
Try http://shopping.rcmodel.com.hk/ .
Its retailing for USD92.86.

On that same website you can get a 3 racing bag that looks good for 55 dollars USD. It looks like a Team Magic bag and it's cheaper.....Look in to it.
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I'm a huge fan of my X-Ray bags, big enough to put alot of things in, but not so big that you (usually) have a hard time carrying them. The plastic boxes rock, very very durable, and it just plain looks cool.
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Alberto.
There is a cheaper way while using your exsisting bag.
I did find the plastic boards that Xray uses to make the boxes.
Check out your local stationary shops.
You can choose your favourite colour.
I plan to change my boxes to all blacks that way any dirt or slime couldnt be seen.
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wow guys thanks for the replay..... I think I got my heart set on the xray bag.. As for tring to convert my trinity bag into a xray bag that would be nice but the dang thing is falling apart, On the first day the inside tore up.. Now after 6 months of owning it the zipper is starting to go

but keep them coming cuz i still need a bag!!!
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wow guys thanks for the replay..... I think I got my heart set on the xray bag.. As for tring to convert my trinity bag into a xray bag that would be nice but the dang thing is falling apart, On the first day the inside tore up.. Now after 6 months of owning it the zipper is starting to go

but keep them coming cuz i still need a bag!!!
lol told you alberto the Xray bag was one of the best.

You may want to look into the Team Magic hauler, its pretty nice and you can get the tool pouch/transmitter hauler as well. It should be alittle less if not around the same price of the Xray ones.

I think Ashfordhobby has the xray bag for a good price, and i think brooklynhobbies has the magic bag.

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Old 12-17-2004, 10:36 AM   #15
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HPI makes a dialed small hauler bag that has 3 boxes in it for storage and a bigger hauler bag with with wheels.
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