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Old 07-06-2004, 08:03 PM   #31
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If you take it for a few more passes on the truer, it will smooth right out.
I have also smoothed it out with sandpaper so you dont have to break in the tires.
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HMM. somebody seems confused a little??
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Old 07-06-2004, 11:03 PM   #35
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I think the Autotruecut truer is a great one! Very nice indeed.

I bought my hudy before that, and not gonna sell it.
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Old 07-07-2004, 06:47 AM   #36
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You won't get a half-decent cut with anything that costs below $150. Save your bills and wait, get a decent one. They last a long time, it's worth it.

The Autotruecut truer is good, I've used it myself.

brian, that is nt a true statement, i have one of the 120 dollar integy truers and it works great.....there are a bunch of guys in our area that have and use this truer, it works very will for a good price....

hope to see you at the track soon

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Hey guys
Waht about Max Mod truers? I have seen a few AC versions on eBay, but can't seem to find much info.
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If you can pick up a MAXMOD AC truer for cheap jump on it and run like hell.... They are pretty awesome!!! Just make sure you keep the motor clean. A local track around here had one and let people cut on it, but people didn't care for it properly and burn up the motor.....
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I have a max mod truer, and I have used it for 12 years now, I am thinking of replacing it 'cuz' it's whipped, is automatic the way to go? I'm not use to that.
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