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Old 04-01-2010, 08:51 AM   #16
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Where can I find them EDS hex drivers? Dont see them on A-main.
http://edsracingproducts.com/

rcmushroom has them...
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Old 04-01-2010, 10:07 AM   #17
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I have a mix of Losi and Hudy and a single Mugen Seiki driver. If I had the cash I would replace all my other tools for Mugen, not that they are bad, but the Mugen tools are just a step above IMO.
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I like to have different ones so I can find the right size easily. but If i was buying a set right now I would go to EDS's website and order them. Very nice tools. I liked the losi but they just don't fit the hex like the eds do. I also like Integy tools, but the smooth handles can be slippery when wrenching down with diff oil and grease on your hands...
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way overpriced and handles and not comfortable at all IMO...........I've had a full set of them, not anywhere near worth the $$$.........JMO.
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The vp pro tools are awesome. big handles and are very light.
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