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Old 11-13-2010, 04:29 PM   #1
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as the title states, what are u guys using to true your wgt rear tires??
i have an ofna manual truer and the arbor i have doesnt work with the rear tires, its fine with the fronts and all 1/12th tires.

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as the title states, what are u guys using to true your wgt rear tires??
i have an ofna manual truer and the arbor i have doesnt work with the rear tires, its fine with the fronts and all 1/12th tires.

thanks
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Corally automatic tire truer with a CRC universal arbor. Nexus Racing has the arbor for $35.00 and it does 1/12, 1/10 and 12mm hexes (facing and removing the center seam from TC tires).
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CRC arbor is the way to go.
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as the title states, what are u guys using to true your wgt rear tires??
i have an ofna manual truer and the arbor i have doesnt work with the rear tires, its fine with the fronts and all 1/12th tires.

thanks
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find one that will fit your truer,can the left hub fit the truer
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CRC arbor is the way to go.
I agree with Chuck. The CRC arbor is the way to go.
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I have the CRC arbor with my Hudy truer. Awesome piece of kit, does 1/10 touring, 1/10 pan front and rears, 1/12 pan front and rears
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I'll stick with my Maximod-you want automatic that is easy just put it on it's side and let gravity do the work. Perfect cut every time.
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the 1/10 from Corally works fine as well

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