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Help with Adapters for Integy Universal setup station

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Old 01-01-2019, 01:08 PM
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I have a Integy universal setup station (C23115). Out of the box it works for 1/8 buggies. I also have 1/10 buggies and 1/10 onroad cars I want to start using it for. Integy sells adapters to allow the station to work with 1/10 cars. They have an adapter sheet at the following url that shows Type-G (C23216) would work with a B6D. Type-g is 6mm diameter, m4 thread.

https://www.integy.com/c23115_c23291...ptor_chart.pdf

My 1/10 cars are a B6.1D, EB410 and TC7.1. I measure the axles at :
B6.1D: 5mm diameter (where the hex clamps on), m4 thread (front only has m4 thread)
EB410: 5mm diameter, m4 thread
TC7.1: only has m4 thread past the hex

With those measurements the Type-C adapter (C23130) 5mm diameter, m4 thread would be the one to get. I am thinking the way the adapter goes on the 5mm or 6mm diameter actually won't make much difference?!? Any have any experience with these adapters with 1/10? Thanks!
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Old 01-01-2019, 01:19 PM
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I had the Integy Universal station and bought the adapters for my onroad touring cars. Just didn't work very well. I could never get consistent readings. I sold it to an offroad guy and bought a Yeah Racing setup station just for onroad cars.
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