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Old 12-26-2010, 04:52 AM
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Hi All,

I'm looking for a few new tools as replacement for my current "low quality" tools set.

I'm currently considering tools from Hudy and TRF. Any thought?

Thanks
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Old 12-26-2010, 04:55 AM
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Originally Posted by hansenhon View Post
Hi All,

I'm looking for a few new tools as replacement for my current "low quality" tools set.

I'm currently considering tools from Hudy and TRF. Any thought?

Thanks
Been using EDS tools for a couple of years now, really impressed with the quality. Cheaper than hudy and last just as long.
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Old 12-26-2010, 05:20 AM
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Buy a Mugen ProSpec tool set and it will be last set you ever buy.
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Originally Posted by hansenhon View Post
Hi All,

I'm looking for a few new tools as replacement for my current "low quality" tools set.

I'm currently considering tools from Hudy and TRF. Any thought?

Thanks
Both choices are very good quality but your paying for the name. The EDS tools are nice and so are Integy. It all depends on which styling you like. Either way, one needs tools
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I wont go crazy just for Hudy tool set ..

I would suggest Team Associated tool set !
they work excellent !
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I agree, get a Hudy tool set. I have been playing for nearly 6 years now... same Hudy tool set. One of the best investments I have ever made in RC.
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EDS and Hudy are the same thing. Ed who owns EDS used to work for Hudy....then he went into business for himself... for 1/10th the cost
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go to menards they have everything you need allen drivers nut drivers etc good quality tools and the price is right
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go to menards they have everything you need allen drivers nut drivers etc good quality tools and the price is right
Plus at Menards they are free after rebate!
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I upgraded to an EDS set myself a while ago and are finding them bullet proof. They can remove screws that broke some of my previous sets.
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Wrong thread.

Last edited by gashuffer; 12-27-2010 at 02:35 AM. Reason: Wrong thread
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No one seems mentioning TRF (Tamiya)... not popular or pay the price for the branding?
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Originally Posted by hansenhon View Post
No one seems mentioning TRF (Tamiya)... not popular or pay the price for the branding?
The quality of the.materials used.to.make their chassis leaves a lot to be desired... I imagine their tools are no different.
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I quite like the OS tools set.. :P
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