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Old 10-29-2013, 07:20 PM   #1
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Looking for a new pit bag, seems the TSA decided to take a box cutter to mine cause the gorilla couldn't figure out how to open it.

Ive been using the Trinity T-8 bag for years...looking for something similar in blue or black..lol...

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I think I might switch to using my Ogio 9800 permanently.
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:32 PM   #3
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Its kind of big but I like the Protek bag. Now if only it would fit my car...
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:33 PM   #4
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I'm looking for a good pit bag setup too, getting back into RC after a long break, no idea what's out there or what's worth the dough.
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In terms of value I really like my racers edge bag I have 3 tc cars and a 1/12th scale along with all parts 2 transmitters everything me and my son pit from this bad
Only thing I can't fit in it R the bodies
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I like my wingtote.
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Old 10-29-2013, 07:55 PM   #7
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I think I might switch to using my Ogio 9800 permanently.
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Looking for a new pit bag, seems the TSA decided to take a box cutter to mine cause the gorilla couldn't figure out how to open it.

Ive been using the Trinity T-8 bag for years...looking for something similar in blue or black..lol...

Thanks
Gorilla!!! I so remember those commercials. I like my racers edge bag. It's held up pretty well. But I haven't traveled anywhere other then by car so not sure how it would hold up flying.
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yeah is was a cluster getting out of Cleveland...but they are so slow that he couldn't figure out how to work a simple zipper....so he took a box cutter and cut down the back of the bag to see whats inside...lol..and of course left me nice flyer in my bag explaining that it was locked, and this is what was needed to be done.....

oh yeah, they are not responsible
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I love my Protek bag. It's big, but I can fit everything I need in it.
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I love my Protek bag. It's big, but I can fit everything I need in it.
which one?
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I've been very pleased with my hudy bag.
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If you can afford Hudy, its real nice, otherwise a wing tote (Like mentioned above) is what gets my vote.
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which one?
The Protek 1/8 bag.
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I think I might switch to using my Ogio 9800 permanently.
Thumbs up. Best bag hands down to travel with and haul in over different terrain.

I used my T10 for parking lot racing since you park by where you pit... I think all but the wingtotes are "tippy"..
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