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Old 03-30-2011, 06:00 PM   #16
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Just picked up a Ryobi at homedepo for 29.99! So excited. Doing a little bit of research, found Integy be least expensive, but looks like quality varies from a 12.99 set to a 49.99 set. Then, THS tools (out of stock). What are you using? Any recommendations?

EDS? Package in some useless bits.
HUDY? Too much??

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PS. I have Losi and Traxxas, so i need both ends cover LOL
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i use the integy ones with mine, every now and then ill snap a tip off one but they are cheap to replace 3.00 at LHS.
Get the Integy set.. They are like $35 bucks and last a long time.. I've used mine for well over a year, and the 2.5mm is just now getting a tad loose. End of summer (year 2 of tips) I will have to replace it..
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Found this Nice and handy when traveling, Not needing to bring Every Driver in your box. And there quick chuck ready for any quick chuck drill.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Hex-Wrench-Kit
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Ive been using the Rc Pro Products bits. had them since finals 2009, and just recently i filed them down. they are about 30 bucks, but they are worth every penny. Had some ofna and integy before and they both wore out pretty quick.
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Found this Nice and handy when traveling, Not needing to bring Every Driver in your box. And there quick chuck ready for any quick chuck drill.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Hex-Wrench-Kit

This is the absolute best, you don't need any more tips when you have Traxxas and Losi.
I have a Revo 3.3 and a Losi Truggy 2.0 and that kit covers it all...
Great way to storage them and if need be you can use the handle when you don't have the powertool ready.
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