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  1. #1
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    How do you get your Summit to and from?

    I've yet to find a bag big enough for the Summit and supplies. How do you guys get your beast to and from?

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    I just carry it... no bag.
    That is what RPM bumper mounts are for.
    Whatever it is I just said... I could be wrong.

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    Rubbermaid action packer. It's a tight fit but supplies go in first and the Summit sits on top. Need to compress the suspension a little to get it all the way inside but it is well protected and ready to ride in the bed of the truck with no worries.


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    Just carry it by the front a arms.
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    Carry it by ze rear bumper, it's kind of like a small carrying handle
    What's a coffee if it aint Irish

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    Carry it by the bumper or light bar.

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    I know I can carry it by hand,...lol. But when I have a tool box, radio, extra set of wheels, big gulp slurpee, keys and oh yea,....a 15lb summit,...it gets to be a task. 1treker, thanks for the suggestion. I will look it up.

    Anyone try using the wingtote pro roller for the sunmmit? Seems like a good fit?

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    it gets even more challenging if you're taking more than 1 RC out that day!

    i usually either carry using rear bumper or palm under chassis - if I'm lazy, I drive it to my 1 scale car

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    get a large rolling toolbox where you can put teh summit on top and strap it in for the ride... Or put your Slurpee on top and have the summit pull it..

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    Wingtote 411 is the deluxe version of 401.
    It's a big bag, the summit will fit with room to spare for other stuff

    I hear ya on the big gulp slurpee.

  11. #11
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    yeah it can be a job to carry it out to some of the remote places I like to drive it. Like today I am taking it out and I have a bit of a hike. But it just gives me an excuse to drive it there as I hike. PLenty of stuff to have fun on while we journey to get to the bash spot.

    For everything else I just pack a backpack with my extra batteries...parts....water for me.....etc. Speaking of which I need to get a bigger back pack.

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    Get a trailer and put all your stuff on it and just pull it with the summit. Lol
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