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Old 09-02-2005, 08:51 AM   #16
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i suggestthe Team Magic F8 Bag... this is the best RC Bag ever made

check it out at Team Magic
my friend just got this bag, he said it fits everything inside... its a very nice hauler
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Old 09-02-2005, 08:56 AM   #17
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Heck little B..I bet you can fit in there too...
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Old 09-02-2005, 09:27 AM   #18
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Heck little B..I bet you can fit in there too...

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Old 09-02-2005, 12:47 PM   #19
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I used my Team Magic bag to travel last summer to Cali and the handles were ripped by the airline bag dudes I will never pack my stuff in a bag like that again. Your best bet is one of those black plastic containers w/wheels for about $25. http://www.containerstore.com/browse...5&PRODID=62806
P2 has the right idea, I've seen factory guys use this method as well when they travel.
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Old 09-05-2005, 10:27 AM   #20
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Ive seen alot of guys at the worlds in Italy with this type of transport box, but without wheels on it, i may have to check into one of these containers as well, since i travel back and forth to California alot and would be easy for me to pick one up...thanks for the info

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I think i can only bring one of these back at a time unless you pay for the extra shipping, but call me and we will talk about it...
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Does anyone know if the Team Magic F8 bag is available right now? I'd like to have one just for normal racing...
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Old 09-15-2005, 08:46 AM   #22
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by the looks of the bag, its well built, but for traveling buy plane i dont think so, as far as the price goes, WOW, thats expensive for a RC bag

but if it was me the plastic container seem to do the job, although i wouldnt mind havent one these Team Magic bags, for braggin rights....
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Does anyone know where you can get this bag in the US? No one seems to have it in stock.
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Does anyone know where you can get this bag in the US? No one seems to have it in stock.
They just ran out but they had them...
https://www.ssl-stormerhobbies.com/c...=ns&pn=RCE2016
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bump from the dead...

Looking for carry-on options. I have a toolbox... but it's not very convenient to carry long distance. I really dig the backpack option, and seems to have enough room for the necessities.

http://www.twintip-rc.com/13-t-wheel...169946201.html

the 700 is just a bit to big to be considered carry on, otherwise I'd spring for that.
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Looking for carry-on options. I have a toolbox... but it's not very convenient to carry long distance. I really dig the backpack option, and seems to have enough room for the necessities.

http://www.twintip-rc.com/13-t-wheel...169946201.html

the 700 is just a bit to big to be considered carry on, otherwise I'd spring for that.
I travel with this and really love it. Holds clothes, laptop, and I can usually fit a 1/12th ot sedna in there too. I would be wary of carrying tools in carryon as many are not allowed.

http://www.ebags.com/product/ebags/m...ductid=1370034
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I use a Pelican case to haul my 1/12 and 1/10 touring car. They can be a bit pricey but I think you can find a deal through an online store.

http://www.pelican.com
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I use a Pelican case to haul my 1/12 and 1/10 touring car. They can be a bit pricey but I think you can find a deal through an online store.

http://www.pelican.com
+1. If you travel a lot these are worth spending the money on. I got two a year ago and use them to pit out of on a regular basis and when its time to fly I just put tsa locks on them and check in. Easy.

The price is steap but with the money invested in tools and gear its worth every penny. Check BH photo, they have really good prices and service.
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Old 11-06-2012, 05:12 PM   #29
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Pelican is quality, for sure... but not sure it solves anything my toolbox doesn't already do, and suffers from being not that portable on the other side. I'll be using alot of public transport and walking to reach the tracks, which is why I'm looking for a backpack/shoulder strap option. I like that backpack linked above, will have to do some measuring to see how the 1/10 car would fit in the big comparments (pics would be great!)

I will definately not be checking my RC gear as I've had hot wheels cars go missing in checked bags (and these were loose, used cars, no packaging).

TSA site says screwdrivers under 7" are permitted. I'm only planning to bring the bare minimum tools wise (1.5mm, 2.0mm hex, 7mm nut driver, turnbuckle wrench, needle nose plier).

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