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Old 06-23-2005, 07:08 PM   #16
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ya i bought that trinity 1 too and it lasted for about 2 weeks befor i broke all the boxes and zipper money down the pooper live and learn
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Old 06-23-2005, 07:11 PM   #17
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that bag is the sh*t very nice. tryed to get one but seem to be always back ordered
try the link i posted thercshack.com. I have done many transactions with them, with only good thing to say bout em....
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Old 06-23-2005, 07:13 PM   #18
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this is the best bag i have ever owned. a bit pricey but worth it!!!1
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That is definitely an awesome bag; I've got to get one. How many boxes does it store and can any of the boxes fit a TC? Is there anything out there that's bigger? -JB
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Old 06-23-2005, 07:20 PM   #19
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http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXEUV8&P=7


the boxes are too big and you have the tendency to overload them. I got one for xmas did even have them loaded all the way and the boxes ripped first trip out
I agree. Mine has lasted about a year but that is with a bunch of tape at all of the corners. The zipper ripped at the bottom about 6 months ago. Now I just zip down to the bottom corner. It's really ghetto now but I cant afford another right now.
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click on the ofna link i posted. it showes the inside quite nicely.. also comes with a matching radio bag and tool pouch. 2 large boxes can hold a tc plus other stuff 2 smaller fit my 1/12 with parts. also compartment for pit board... http://thercshack.com/index.asp?Page...OD&ProdID=1785
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Old 06-23-2005, 10:48 PM   #21
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The Team Magic one looks good too.
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I like the Sportswerk bags myself. I have the TC bag as well as the 1/8 bag. this gives me enough room to haul two TC's and my 12 as well as tools and gear. No more multiple trips to the car for me anymore!! I also got the Sportswerk radio bag as well. They may be a bit pricey but well worth it in my opinion.
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i use the team magic one myself.

its really handy, 4 small seperate draws to put parts in, 1 large draw with a 10th TC fits nicely in

a tool holder on top, wheels....a handle that can be pulled out.

also has the option to fix the team magic transmitter, and team magic starter box bag to it..and a slot to hold setup board aswell.

VERY handy if you ask me..but that sportsworks one looks fairly good to.

but team magic is cheaper (i think)
I second that.

Team Magic's bag is amazing. Fits all my stuff without a problem.

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Warning: If you walk any distance greater than from your car to your pit than the OFNA bag is not for you. I do a fair bit of walking and tried the OFNA bag. Great at the track but its a nightmare trying to walk with it
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Chuckles whatever you get make sure you can put blue LED's in it and cover it in SPARCO material or else you'll hate yourself . Oh, and make sure it isn't too hard for me to carry because you know your lazy a** ain't gonna carry it. Hey, I got your transponder too, I'll call you when I'm on my way up there today.
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Warning: If you walk any distance greater than from your car to your pit than the OFNA bag is not for you. I do a fair bit of walking and tried the OFNA bag. Great at the track but its a nightmare trying to walk with it
Dont the wheels and extendable handle help with moving it around? Its just like luggage.
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Warning: If you walk any distance greater than from your car to your pit than the OFNA bag is not for you. I do a fair bit of walking and tried the OFNA bag. Great at the track but its a nightmare trying to walk with it
no dissrespect!!! but dont you think you should give more info then that.... hummmm how about WHY!!!!!!!!!!!
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Hey guys if you want the OFNA bag.

http://www.superiorhobbies.com - has "one" in stock. Hurry and pick it up before this weekend cause they are having a race and lots of stuff gets bought up.

I believe its a bit less than what most places sell them for too. Just thought I would give a heads up.

Also here is the inside:



It also holds a gallon of fuel and a starter box in their on bag on the side. Also has the slot for the setup board.
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Warning: If you walk any distance greater than from your car to your pit than the OFNA bag is not for you. I do a fair bit of walking and tried the OFNA bag. Great at the track but its a nightmare trying to walk with it
isn't that what the wheels are for
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Hey guys if you want the OFNA bag.

http://www.superiorhobbies.com - has "one" in stock. Hurry and pick it up before this weekend cause they are having a race and lots of stuff gets bought up.

I believe its a bit less than what most places sell them for too. Just thought I would give a heads up.

Also here is the inside:



It also holds a gallon of fuel and a starter box in their on bag on the side. Also has the slot for the setup board.

nice bag. i bet that'll cost a lot
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