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Old 05-21-2010, 09:26 PM   #1
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I am debating getting a setup board but not sure if I should get the Hudy or Integy. It looks like to Hudy does not have a way to level the board and the Integy has adjustable feet and a bubble level. My question is if a truggy will fit on either one of these boards. Anone used either one with a truggy?
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The large 1/8th hudy board will fit a truggy, as far as integy goes I steered clear of there products long ago. It's a setup board so I don't know how bad they could screw it up but I bet they do there best
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Can you level the Hudy board or does it depend on the surface you place it on?
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The large 1/8th hudy board will fit a truggy, as far as integy goes I steered clear of there products long ago. It's a setup board so I don't know how bad they could screw it up but I bet they do there best
ok i know a lot of people dont like integy but from what ive read on here and reviews on sites there set up stuff is pretty good. How much are they? Id say get teh integy just because its probably just as good if not better and lots cheap.s
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Can you level the Hudy board or does it depend on the surface you place it on?
No u can't, I've used some change under it in a race trailer when we were on a incline that was noticeable, but as far as leveling it if it's on a table that's fairly flat I wouldn't bother.
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No u can't, I've used some change under it in a race trailer when we were on a incline that was noticeable, but as far as leveling it if it's on a table that's fairly flat I wouldn't bother.
Never thought about using coins...lol. What a simple solution. Thanks WideOpen. Looks like the HARD board is also good but not sure where to buy. HUDY board is larger than Integy so it should hold truggy better.

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