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Old 02-04-2014, 12:35 AM   #1
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Will be running 8th sportscars this year. What sort of hauler bags do you guys use/recommend? Any and all info would be helpful
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The TM is a well known bag and there is a new version with an integrated table:
http://rcracingtv.net/2014/01/team-m...-car-18-scale/

Could be usefull.....
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These are really nice and affordable ..

http://xceedrc.com/product/106224
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The amainhobbies protek hauler is supposed to be really good.
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Just got the ofna hauler and it comes with a tool case and radio bag. I wouldve liked to have that compartment on top so I could sit it next to me in the pit and just pull out the tool I need. But for $115 you cant go wrong
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The amainhobbies protek hauler is supposed to be really good.
+1, this is the one I wanted but the ofna was a little bigger (deeper). Atleast it looked like it when I saw them next to each other.
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