Originally Posted by Soviet
What a waste...truing all they way to 56mm to begin with. Try 57.5 or even 58 to start. It's still low enough to be fast.
You're right... I was just trying to pick an extreme example. Normally I would trim a new set down to 58 to start with.
For the record, I've currently got an Integy truecut-light lathe, and that thing can't trim more than maybe 0.5 mm of a purple touring car tire off at a time without bogging down or having to go very, very slowly across the tire.
The Integy Autotruecut truer is considerably faster to use, but I don't think that the motor is much stronger, if at all. But it's faster to use since the cutting arm is motorized.
Still, I think the OFNA and Hudy truers are supposed to be much stronger. Glad to hear the 3Racing motor is strong as well.