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Old 09-29-2010, 11:39 AM   #1
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I am getting a 2nd hand Hudy tire truer, and want to know what arbor I can get for it. The hudy ones are fairly pricey, and I was wanting to know if something like a 3Racing or Integy arbor will fit?
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I am getting a 2nd hand Hudy tire truer, and want to know what arbor I can get for it. The hudy ones are fairly pricey, and I was wanting to know if something like a 3Racing or Integy arbor will fit?
I believe Integy ones do fit.

Also check out the ones from CRC and BMI that can do 1/10th pan, 1/12th and TC all in one.
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Not sure if this helps but,,,,,,, I was about to list my Fully Auto Hudy for sale(Flawless Condition). It has both arbors aluminum carrying case, and a carbide cutter.

Ill take $400 for all of it.
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Get the new CRC arbor. Fits 'em all, so you only need one arbor.
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Thanks fot the offer, but I have one sorted. It's a manual version, but is only equiv to $120US shipped! It has a 1/10 arbor, but I am assuming it won't suit 1/10 pan car wheels.
I'll check out the CRC universal ones.
Can anyone verify if the integy ones will fit?
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Just ordered the CRC universal arbor. Hope it fits!
Thought I might as well get one that can do 1/12 too, since I have one collecting dust on the shelf at the moment.
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Just ordered the CRC universal arbor. Hope it fits!
It does.
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Does anybody know if the CRC arbor will fit the old Max mod truers?
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Something that we do is go to home depot /bunnings / hardware store buy a hacsaw blade and cut 10-15mm lengths off. Sure 10$ for about 10 arbours lol
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The arbor is the adapter that hold the wheel, not the cutter. Thanks for the tip though, may try it when mine wears out
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Does anybody know if the CRC arbor will fit the old Max mod truers?
Hey John,
No sir. I don't think anyone is making arbors for the Maxmod anymore. RC4less might carry some.
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Hey John,
No sir. I don't think anyone is making arbors for the Maxmod anymore. RC4less might carry some.
Thanks Jamie, I appreciate the info.
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