Bags and kits?!

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Old 07-08-2019, 12:53 PM
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Asking here as I guess they be more need for it with all your kit etc..

Iím after some input of good quality bags Iím thinking a shoulder bag should do me and a transmitter case.

Have a couple of 1/8 scale which we take to a private track but the parking isnít ideal so do have to lug stuff, not really thinking bags for the cars but just some tools, tyres batteries etc plus a decent transmitter case but Iím not a fan of the metal style ones!

Seen brands like Hudy and JConcsept aimed at this market but then also seen Motorcross haulers being used, even a gym bag with all the compartments looks promising.

Fire away with good quality kit?

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Old 07-08-2019, 02:53 PM
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Team Magic F8, can be used as a table as well.
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Old 07-08-2019, 03:49 PM
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Yeah, Iíve seen quite a bit of the Ogio 9800, but thatís a $300 bag right there. If you travel for races a lot, it looks like itís definitely worth it though - they look tough!
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Hey EvilR. Here is my three bag drag. Tool bag from Home Depot with extension handle and small resin wheels. Topping that off is a car bag with 1/10 ST and radio bag. Since capturing this image, have began using a resin frame two-wheel hand truck with inflatable tires. Even the short distance I tug on my back yard grass track, larger air-filled tires make a big difference. Smaller resin wheels o.k. for hard surface, but struggle in my thick grass.

Hope this helps. Cheers. AC


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Thanks guys, and that pull along toolbox idea is great
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Old 07-12-2019, 02:55 PM
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Greetings EvilR and all,

Here are update images from today's event. 3-bag drag on a two-wheel hand truck. Larger inflated tires make for easy off-road handling of the pit gear. Cheers and regards. AC

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