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Old 08-13-2008, 11:00 PM   #16
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There are a couple of different brands that put their label on that .
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Old 08-14-2008, 04:14 AM   #17
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This one works really well. Does both truggy and buggy tires with eas. I found that some of the prop balancers didn't do truggy tires.

This balancer is from Ultimate racing

http://www.ultimateracing.es/
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That is the same one moparsrule posted a link for .
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the Dubro is 10X better then the magnet version.....the magnet is only good for 1/10 or 1/8 rims.....it is kinda nice having the FINE percision of the magnets tho when doing super light items like rims tho...and IMO Putty is the WRONG product to be balancing with.....lead tape is what u need...as u can place it where its actually supposed to be.
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I knew this would get some people working on it. Does the Dubro require the wheel adapter kit or can you make it work for 1/8 buggy wheels without it?

I'm curious to hear what the Greg V says and see who's right.
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u need an extra buggy hex to make the Dubro work.
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