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Old 03-09-2012, 04:48 PM
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Default Has anyone used the "Ultimate Support" drum bags?

I was thinking of ordering these, but I heard your floating toms might be a tight fit because of the RIMS mounts. I have a PDP / Pacific Kit and I know the turn key on the tom mount sticks out.

Seems to be a fair price for a pack of 5.

Here is their description:

http://www.bestbuy.com/site/Ultimate...=1218165049614

Any opinions would be appreciated!
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Old 03-21-2012, 03:01 AM
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Default Re: Has anyone used the "Ultimate Support" drum bags?

I have the Ultimate Support bags' (standard size set) The are excellent quality bags, with thicker than most padding, and look cool with the piping, which helps them keep their shape as well. Great zippers, Material and craftsmanship are top quality. And the fit is top notch too.

I don't really think the word is out on these bags yet. When more reviews surface, I'll bet they outsell all the other bags at that price.

PS- I just clicked your link. You can get them online for a 'C' note. Check same day music= $99+ free ship

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Old 03-21-2012, 03:39 AM
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Default Re: Has anyone used the "Ultimate Support" drum bags?

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Old 03-21-2012, 04:01 AM
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Default Re: Has anyone used the "Ultimate Support" drum bags?

A few companies have come out with "teardrop" bags to accommodate RIMS and the extended mount. Very happy with these!



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Default Re: Has anyone used the "Ultimate Support" drum bags?

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A few companies have come out with "teardrop" bags to accommodate RIMS and the extended mount. Very happy with these!



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Thanks sir admin :-)

I did see these, and the teardrop shape is so logical nowadays to capture the protuding RIMS mounts the toms have.
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Old 03-21-2012, 04:50 PM
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I have the Ultimate Support bags' (standard size set) The are excellent quality bags, with thicker than most padding, and look cool with the piping, which helps them keep their shape as well. Great zippers, Material and craftsmanship are top quality. And the fit is top notch too.

I don't really think the word is out on these bags yet. When more reviews surface, I'll bet they outsell all the other bags at that price.

PS- I just clicked your link. You can get them online for a 'C' note. Check same day music= $99+ free ship
Thanks dezertryder

These bags look pretty legit. My only concern is if they are big enough to fit RIMS mounts on the toms. I have a gift card from BestBuy that I need to use, and their inventory is limited.

Do you have the RIMS mounts on your tom, I couldn't tell? Mine add 3 additional inches with the wing nut.
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