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Old 02-07-2019, 11:47 PM
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Does anyone know of anything that is like the PDY Hauler system or something that anyone has done as DIY?

Interested in ideas of making something that can hold, radio, tools, and accessories, don't need to hold the vehicle, as I will be using this in different applications.

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PS: Posted this here because....well I'm a noob here and didn't know the appropriate location!
You registered back in 2009. You shouldn't be a noob anymore
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Old 02-10-2019, 10:43 PM
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Haha fair enough!

Glad to be back into it and also involving myself more in the community!
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I've been using one of these for years, actually holds a ton of stuff. The big wheels and the handle design are awesome. The maker is blue hawk, used to be sold at lowes. Great box for low money.
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I've been using one of these for years, actually holds a ton of stuff. The big wheels and the handle design are awesome. The maker is blue hawk, used to be sold at lowes. Great box for low money.
yup i had 1 but it was the Stanley version and held my comp rig and scale rig with support equipment with room to spare
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I've been using one of these for years, actually holds a ton of stuff. The big wheels and the handle design are awesome. The maker is blue hawk, used to be sold at lowes. Great box for low money.

That looks cool! Does it have drawer like storagre for small pieces or some place to put something like that? I will check it out on the lowes website and see what else I can find! Thanks for the tip!
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Other than the shelf on top it's wide open, i keep 25 sets of tires, my chargers, lipos, spare parts.......everything but my cars and transmitters go in this one box. It's heavy going in and out of the car but that's it. Sure beats all the small wheeled bags I've seen, they seem to struggle unless it's a perfectly smooth surface. I've pulled it through gravel with no issues.
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Other than the shelf on top it's wide open, i keep 25 sets of tires, my chargers, lipos, spare parts.......everything but my cars and transmitters go in this one box. It's heavy going in and out of the car but that's it. Sure beats all the small wheeled bags I've seen, they seem to struggle unless it's a perfectly smooth surface. I've pulled it through gravel with no issues.
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Other than the shelf on top it's wide open, i keep 25 sets of tires, my chargers, lipos, spare parts.......everything but my cars and transmitters go in this one box. It's heavy going in and out of the car but that's it. Sure beats all the small wheeled bags I've seen, they seem to struggle unless it's a perfectly smooth surface. I've pulled it through gravel with no issues.
you also forgot to mention it can be used as a seat or work bench in a pinch
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you also forgot to mention it can be used as a seat or work bench in a pinch
True, mine has held up nicely over the years too. I'm too old to make 8 trips to the car, i can get 80% of my stuff in this one box....on wheels. It takes some of the pain out of loading/unloading at the track.
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