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  • ventanakaz
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    Originally posted by chunk View Post
    ...and the journey begins! Bag was from a friend and may be a little small to start with. Any suggestions for which one to get next?? And how can I score an arc swivel please ???
    I had the whole set of those ringside bags, the leather is great but they are more on the slower side of bags, I still have the xs and have tried to make it faster, i have one more thing to try before I give up

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  • ventanakaz
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    Originally posted by Mickey Dix View Post
    Click image for larger version Name:	0312932B-A7E6-47B3-A584-875A42F2BED6.jpeg Views:	1 Size:	2.04 MB ID:	119688 Hi Chunk welcome to the forum.The Platform is very sturdy. It has all the features of a high end adjustable platform without the high price tag.A nice 24 inch solid drum with a powder coated steel frame.I am very pleased with it . Good luck with it.I switched the swivel to the Arcswivel Bag on!!!
    Looks like a really nice setup

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  • rdshackleford
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    never say never

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  • pinzpirate
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    Originally posted by LouisvilleBagr View Post

    Cleto Medium is also a great bag to start with. It was one of my first bags. Im up to who knows how many bags now? They're everywhere! The Cleto Medium is still my 'go to' bag when I'm attempting to learn new sequences.
    I hit a Everlast 7X10 for a year I know they have quality issues sometimes Good size and speed for $25 My 4242 treated me well
    I agree with L-villeBagger The Cleto 6X9 is great all around bag At my skill level it's my go to bag rdshackleford makes the Arcs'
    Hopefully he will make some more

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  • Mickey Dix
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    Originally posted by chunk View Post
    ...and the journey begins! Bag was from a friend and may be a little small to start with. Any suggestions for which one to get next?? And how can I score an arc swivel please ???
    Nice job with the installation of your platform. The drum is better then I thought it would be . I hope you like it.

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  • Mickey Dix
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    Originally posted by Zaz View Post


    Very nice platform Mickey! Congratulations on your purchase!
    Thanks Zaz,I am happy with it. The large handles make it easy to adjust the height.

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  • Zaz
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    Originally posted by chunk View Post
    ...and the journey begins! Bag was from a friend and may be a little small to start with. Any suggestions for which one to get next?? And how can I score an arc swivel please ???
    The Ringside Heritage 6 inch is a big bag with plenty of bounce. A bit expensive but worth every penny. If you want a heavier and slower bag the Rival small is bigger than most 6 x 9 speed bags.

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  • LouisvilleBagr
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    Originally posted by chunk View Post
    ...and the journey begins! Bag was from a friend and may be a little small to start with. Any suggestions for which one to get next?? And how can I score an arc swivel please ???
    Cleto Medium is also a great bag to start with. It was one of my first bags. Im up to who knows how many bags now? They're everywhere! The Cleto Medium is still my 'go to' bag when I'm attempting to learn new sequences.

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  • LouisvilleBagr
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    Looks great Chunk! We can’t wait to see it in action!

    I’m going to say that is a newer Ringside S, which they advertise as 6x9 but it runs small. The middle bottom of this shelf is a Ringside S the FS to it’s left is 8x5. The rest are XS. The XS Ringside standards are tiny. Even smaller than the 5 in Heritage.
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  • chunk
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    Thank you for the feedback! I’ll be checking those out now. Super excited to finally have a setup of my own!!

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  • Cazbag
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    That looks great chunk nice work on the installation! That looks like it may be an extra small 8x5 perhaps? A nice fat 9x6 (usally called out as small) is recommended starting out. I personally started w/ Balazs 9x6 but they are pricey at $100 I think now. Maybe a Title Gryo or Super bag for starters?...

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  • chunk
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    Hey there- I’ll check again when I get back home but I think was a small.

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  • rdshackleford
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    Chunk, what size is that Ringside bag? It should have a model number on it.

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  • chunk
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    ...and the journey begins! Bag was from a friend and may be a little small to start with. Any suggestions for which one to get next?? And how can I score an arc swivel please ???
    Last edited by chunk; 03-18-2020, 09:30 AM.

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  • Zaz
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    Originally posted by Mickey Dix View Post
    Click image for larger version Name:	0312932B-A7E6-47B3-A584-875A42F2BED6.jpeg Views:	1 Size:	2.04 MB ID:	119688 Hi Chunk welcome to the forum.The Platform is very sturdy. It has all the features of a high end adjustable platform without the high price tag.A nice 24 inch solid drum with a powder coated steel frame.I am very pleased with it . Good luck with it.I switched the swivel to the Arcswivel Bag on!!!

    Very nice platform Mickey! Congratulations on your purchase!

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