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Old 07-12-2017, 04:34 PM   #31
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I wondered the same too. The HUDY one I have has worn out a bit too.
I have one of the Arrowmax Universals showing up tomorrow. Ill let you know.
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I have HUDY and it's been serving me really well but I'm sure Arrowmax one is just as good. I have a full set of Arrowmax tools switching from HUDY and I can say the quality is one of the highest at cheaper price. The drivers don't wear out as much as HUDY's and they fit better than HUDY's. The HUDY bag is better than Arrowmax's though lol.
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I have compared hudy to arrowmax back to back. Hudy is a little more consistent in readings. There is a little more slop in the arrowmax setup station. The arrowmax is better than all the other non hudy options though.
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Old 07-12-2017, 08:47 PM   #34
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I use G-force myself, works pretty good for me
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I have HUDY and it's been serving me really well but I'm sure Arrowmax one is just as good. I have a full set of Arrowmax tools switching from HUDY and I can say the quality is one of the highest at cheaper price. The drivers don't wear out as much as HUDY's and they fit better than HUDY's. The HUDY bag is better than Arrowmax's though lol.
How do the Arrowmax driver tips compare to say....MIP drivers?
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I have one of the Arrowmax Universals showing up tomorrow. Ill let you know.
The Arrowmax Universal Measurement Plate and HUDY Measurement Plate do not have the same slotting and layouts & are NOT interchangeable.
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Thx - just ordered an arrowmax setup station. For $50 more than the toe plate I get a whole new setup station. Love Hudy stuff but charging $40 plus dollars for a plastic ruler is lame
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Thx - just ordered an arrowmax setup station. For $50 more than the toe plate I get a whole new setup station. Love Hudy stuff but charging $40 plus dollars for a plastic ruler is lame
You are totally right. Where did you order your Arrowmax station?
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Amain-they were out of the toe plate, likely you see the one that bought it lol

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How do the Arrowmax driver tips compare to say....MIP drivers?
MIP drivers are quite nice too although I don't like the handle at all. Fitting wise, I like Arrowmax the best but I can't compare longevity and durability between MIP and Arrowmax since my MIP experience is limited.
BTW, Arrowmax handles have very large holes so if you need high torque, you can stick in large size stick. HUDY holes are small. But they have coarse grip so the traction is better.
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I have compared hudy to arrowmax back to back. Hudy is a little more consistent in readings. There is a little more slop in the arrowmax setup station. The arrowmax is better than all the other non hudy options though.
Should we take into consideration that you have HUDY signature?
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Where is Arrowmax made in?
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Should we take into consideration that you have HUDY signature?
Ha. I actually own the arrowmax system and not the Hudy one. I couldnt afford the Hudy one, and I found a great deal on the arrowmax at the time. I borrowed the hudy from a friend to compare back to back. Like I said, the hudy is just a little better, but it is also just a little more expensive. Im sure others have compared them back to back as well.
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