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Old 01-04-2017, 06:33 PM
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Default Cleanest Pit Bag setup/organizational skills and tips - post your pics

Stumbled across this titled thread in electric off-road forum and thought I'd get it started over here in the nitro thread too. I'm trying to organise a pitbox/bag setup for the track and I'd like to hear from some of you more seasoned or regular racers about setups, ideas, tips anything that can help, pics would be really good too. I posted in the other thread I believe when things are clean and organised it makes everything easier and more enjoyable for me personally so any and all ideas and help is good even ideas on what to bring.....
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Old 01-05-2017, 02:41 AM
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Best pit bag is hands down bar none the OGIO Rig roller bag. Piles of storage for anything you can think of and tons of compartments. It lasts about as long as we do as well. Price is on the upper end, buy you get what you pay for
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Hope this thread takes off! I'm just about start racing this coming season and I'm super curious to see how more experienced guys handle the logistics :P
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Hope this thread takes off! I'm just about start racing this coming season and I'm super curious to see how more experienced guys handle the logistics :P
Hmm guess not...
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It all boils down to the person. If you're disciplined everything will be organized. Doesn't matter what bag or storage bins you have, if you don't take the time and effort, it will always be unorganized.
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