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Old 01-24-2002, 01:55 AM   #1
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Anybody knows who makes presice hex drivers other than Hudy and with affordable price? Thanks
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Old 01-24-2002, 02:40 AM   #2
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RPM makes a nice set for an affordable price(Retail$34.95).

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Racers Edge also makes a nice set(Retail $52.99).

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Integy makes a set.($29.99)



Team Associated makes a good set(Retail $49.99)



But if you want a wrench that is just down right indestructible, nothing beats the quality of the MIP thorp hex wrench(Retail $14.50ea.)

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the speedmind hex drivers are really good as well....but dunno if your local LHS has those
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I have been using the Dynamite Hex drivers. They have been great, and are about $6-7 each, or you can get a 3 pack for like $20.
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LRP Hex wrenches!
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I use the Trinity wrenches ---- $10 / each
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Bolink the complete set is arround $35
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Old 01-24-2002, 10:58 AM   #8
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Thanks for the replys.

I currently using Race Edge and RPM hex drivers and they are not tolerance, strip many small hex screws when I build my xxx-s (I did used thread screw first).
Associated makes tolerance one but it is too expensive for me.
How about Integy? Are they tolerance? It is selling for an affordable price. If this is what you guys suggested then I go get it today. Thanks
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Anyone have the special Tamiya one? It's like 30 dollars and I can't figure out what's so good about it.. why it's priced so high. I think it's for 1.5mm to 2mm size.
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my bro has the integy set of six for 30 bucks they work great and their affordable. i use mip thorpe drivers there a little more but theyre real nice for the money.
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Smash - take a look at the Dynamite wrenches. I've never stripped one, and also have a XXX-S. I just installed the graphite chassis using the wrenches a couple months ago, and i did not pre-thread most of them. No striped screws or wrenches, they fit very tight. For $7 a wrench, its not all that bad.
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If you want a good tool then you have to pay the price. The Mip Thorps and Hudys are the best and they are both about the same price.
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has anyone tried the ofna ratcheting ball driver?
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