Fastrax Compact Hauler Bag

Fastrax Compact Hauler Bag

Brand: Fastrax

Part Number: FAST689

£68.39 Web Price RRP £71.99

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Fastrax Compact Hauler Bag

The Fastrax Compact Hauler Bag is made with endurance in mind and designed to resist the stresses of racing life. Ideal for RC vehicles up to and including 1/10th scale touring cars.

It's 5 removable cardboard storage boxes keep your stuff secure and additional storage can be found throughout the bag. Up top there’s a unique insert that is designed for storing your tools during transportation. It can also be removed when wanting to work on your vehicle.Added storage on the top, back and side of the bag are perfect for decal storage, note pads, and other items that need special attention.

The cover itself is made from a durable nylon thick enough to resist tearing and everyday use. Adorned with the Fastrax logo and colours this bag has the looks to match it's rugged strength. Heavy-duty wheels are located on the opposite side for effortless ease of towing as well.


  • Length: 55cm
  • Width: 25cm
  • Height: 50 cm

Dimensions include side pockets.

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Will my FTX Carnage 1:10 RC nitro car fit in the top drawer of this bag?
Asked by Jack Dicker on 1st May 2017

It would be tight... it may well fit without the wheels on.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

What are the dimensions of the drawers please?
Asked by Paul Shaw on 31st July 2017
Approximate dimensions, because the boxes are flat packed so this is based off the length of the box edges. In reality they'll be slightly smaller when assembled. Large box - 450 x 220 x 150 4 x Small boxes - 225 x 220 x 150

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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