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Old 04-01-2004, 08:50 AM
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Anyone tried the new Integy Automatic tire truer that they are advertising? I am interested in getting one but have not seen any reviews about it yet.
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Old 04-01-2004, 08:53 AM
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It seemed like $189 for an automatic tire truer with a case was a pretty good deal. I believe it has the same motor that their manual $120 unit has.
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I have one, it I functioned without stopping in pre worlds here in Brazil. Perfect I would say
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Does it have the auto-return feature like the Hudy's do? What I mean is does it do a two cut pass and shut down or do you need to sit there with it?

How big was the power supply you were using? Did it require a lot of passes to cut tires?

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Auto-return in fast mode.
Fit 1/12 to 1/8 scale (40-80mm diameters).
High torque motor. Variable speed adjustable.
High precision. Taper cut (0-3 degrees).
Input 12VDC

In Pre Worlds , i used 30 Amps Input RiverGate ,
I more used truer with three chargers , 2 milenium 1 TurboThirty

I no have problems for input

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I have the manual unit and like it very much, I added the Hudy carbide bit, cuts great.
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Nice bush in your signature there NoFear. :P
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edit - was looking at the Eagle truer.

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Originally posted by GoFaster
Nice bush in your signature there NoFear. :P
Liked them small stars?
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