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Old 11-13-2007, 06:36 AM   #1
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are the integy hex deivers any good? they look good and cheap.
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Old 11-13-2007, 06:55 AM   #2
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I like'em.
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I use them as well but have slowly been replacing the bits with steel RE ones as they go bad. The Ti ones tend to be a bit on the brittle side.
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You will not be dissapointed- I went from AE to these and there has been no regrets
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EDS with lower price
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I still have my integy set from the off road days I use them in the house when I dont unpack my gear and make repairs and I can count back about 5 years to my off-road days.
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maaaan I love my Integy drivers. And don't tell Juraj, but I like them even more than the Hudy hex drivers that cost three times as much.
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use them
very nice great secsess yes

and i like integy's tire truer blade better than the hudy. ok bad jk
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I've had mine for 2 years. I love them but have no experience with any other brand. I did break the 1/16 bit the first couple times I used it. My LHS replaced it free of charge and sent it back as defective. The EDS ones look nice to but are a bit more $$.
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I've had mine for 2 years. I love them but have no experience with any other brand. I did break the 1/16 bit the first couple times I used it. My LHS replaced it free of charge and sent it back as defective. The EDS ones look nice to but are a bit more $$.
Mine did too along with the .05 I replaced them with steel and have noever broke them again.
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I have had mine for 7-8 years and still fine haven't broken one tip
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