These look awesome! I just snagged about 7 of them from Amazon.Home Depot for about $6ish if I remember correctly..
Nice looking bag for sure. I just looked it up and only found one on the Australian Ebay.I use the HPI roller bag to take my trucks out. I can stack a 1/10th and 1/8th inside. I have to get creative if I want to take 2 1/8th trucks.
This is my ERBEv1 and Stampede 4x4 vxl in the bag along with my tools, remote, spare parts bins, camera and extra packs:
Kind of pricey though, if you can find one these days. I haven't found a knock off or anything quite like it yet.
This is a good buy if you like backpacks and it fits big trucks. I haven't looked at the dimensions closely but for $16 it's cheaper than a large pizza!Have the same Trackstar bag as above, got it on one of Hobbyking's daily deals for less than $10..!! and its huge so many pockets..!!
It swallows my Senton, tools, batteries, spares and even has room for a peanut butter and jelly sandwich..
For transport I've got one of those plastic reusable shopping bags, specifically from Ikea. It's much longer and wider than the normal ones just toss it all in there and go. It protects my actual car too when the RC car gets dirty since any meat is contained to the bag. Then when I'm out bashing it folds up small enough to stuff to in my pocket.What do you guys use for storage of your rcs? Particularly the 1:8 Arrma models? Also, how do you transport muddy rcs?
I measured my Noto and went to Home Depot to buy a 25 gallon tub ($14) to store and transport it to and from bash spots. Well, I mis-measured and the box isn't quite wide enough. I've seen some expensive bags but really would like to know if you guys have solutions along these lines or what you do. I've put a towel down on my backseat in my truck but still not ideal. I would even put em in my truck bed (I have a tonneau cover) but would rather them secured in a box or crate.
Thanks for any help.