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Old 11-13-2003, 03:54 AM   #16
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the plastic is some lexan I had lying around and is perfectly level with the scale.
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if you dont wan to shell out the $$$$ for scales. you can try these out. the hudy balance tool. hudy item # 10 7880

they are not as exact as using 4 scales but it's better than nothing.http://shop.hudy.net/
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Old 11-13-2003, 02:57 PM   #18
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Hmm...I guess like anything you get what you pay for...ie: one scale not four. I read the review and they stated it was as consistant as Oprah's dress size but they did mention something that I kinda agree with...take your time with it and it will do the job.

Thinking here...hmm...would an MIP Tweak Station not do pretty much the same thing ??
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if you dont wan to shell out the $$$$ for scales. you can try these out. the hudy balance tool. hudy item # 10 7880

they are not as exact as using 4 scales but it's better than nothing.http://shop.hudy.net/
These are great if you have an xray since they're drilled with small holes in the centerline of the chassis just for these.
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Old 11-13-2003, 03:01 PM   #20
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I machined myself some balancing posts similar to the Hudy 10 7880, they are useful for center line balancing and setting the fore & aft weight split.
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