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Old 11-07-2008, 11:02 PM   #1
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Default Hudy Wheel Adapter #102342

Am running World GT with Jaco and spec tires.

Have a Hudy lathe with an Integy 1/12th 1/10th combination wheel adaptor that does not work very well with the 1/10th rear wheels.

Is the Hudy Wheel Adapter 1/10th - Associated #102342 the correct adapter to get for truing fronts and rears on my Gen-X 10 pan car?

Thanks.
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Old 11-08-2008, 05:56 PM   #3
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Thanks CO.

Do you mean the KSG-1 Pan Car Arbor? Have you actually used this on 1/10 scale pan car wheels?

Hoping for a Hudy...If I can find one.
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I think he was thinking of this one...

http://rc4less.com/Tire_Truers_&_Arb...duct_info.html

It's the one I was looking at getting...
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Old 11-08-2008, 06:30 PM   #5
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Arbor part# HUD 102374. Maybe what you want. It fits all 12th scale except Corally. Try Hudy web and search, or try www.ashfordhobby.com
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Am running World GT with Jaco and spec tires.

Have a Hudy lathe with an Integy 1/12th 1/10th combination wheel adaptor that does not work very well with the 1/10th rear wheels.

Is the Hudy Wheel Adapter 1/10th - Associated #102342 the correct adapter to get for truing fronts and rears on my Gen-X 10 pan car?

Thanks.
Yes thats the one you want. They are hard to find though as they have been discontinued.

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Thanks CO.

Do you mean the KSG-1 Pan Car Arbor? Have you actually used this on 1/10 scale pan car wheels?

Hoping for a Hudy...If I can find one.
I have tried the one from RC For Less. It will get the job done but its not the best. In fact it is not exactly the right depth for some 1/10th rears. I got lucky and ran across one of the Hudy's. It works perfectly.
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Arbor part# HUD 102374. Maybe what you want. It fits all 12th scale except Corally. Try Hudy web and search, or try www.ashfordhobby.com
Got ashfordhobby.com when I did an initial search; but, they didn't have the 102342 in stock per their website.

The 102374 adapter is 1/12th scale only. I'm 1/10th pan car.

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Yes thats the one you want. They are hard to find though as they have been discontinued.



I have tried the one from RC For Less. It will get the job done but its not the best. In fact it is not exactly the right depth for some 1/10th rears. I got lucky and ran across one of the Hudy's. It works perfectly.
I thought so. Many thanks!
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just finished Checking Ashfordhobby.com. He has in stock if you still want Hudy Products.

Good luck!
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just finished Checking Ashfordhobby.com. He has in stock if you still want Hudy Products.

Good luck!
When I ordered 1 in the quantity at Ashford, it says it is beyond what is in stock.

Just now went to Hudy Direct and their website accepted the order. So, we will see.

Yes...it was not cheap!

Many thanks all.
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One more chance for Hudy Arbor. Arbor HUD 102374, 10th /12th scale.
Stormerhobbies.com, One in stock.

Where is Castro Valley located in Ca? Just moved out of SoCal.
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One more chance for Hudy Arbor. Arbor HUD 102374, 10th /12th scale.
Stormerhobbies.com, One in stock.

Where is Castro Valley located in Ca? Just moved out of SoCal.
Read the Hudy website for the correct information on that part number.

Castro Valley is in the SF Bay Area (East Bay).
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I bought one of the ksg arbors from bruce, they are not that great, the lip of the arbor,that the rear tires slips over is kinda sloppy(just a little small) and it also doesn't work vary well on 12 scale rears(jaco prizm's) just my 2 cents
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I bought one of the ksg arbors from bruce, they are not that great, the lip of the arbor,that the rear tires slips over is kinda sloppy(just a little small) and it also doesn't work vary well on 12 scale rears(jaco prizm's) just my 2 cents
Already ordered the Hudy #102432 for my 10th scale pan car...I'm good!

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bill,

the integy arbor has a removable cone? take the cone and invert it. it will sit in the rear tire and center it on the arbor.

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