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Old 02-05-2011, 11:26 AM   #1
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Default User manual needed for Integy manual Truecut Tire Truer

I just purchased the Integy Truecut Tire Truer / Integy Eagle Racing Tire Truer 4 Tire Truing Machine - INTC22306

I need a copy of the instruction manual. If any one has a copy and could scan it and email it to me I would greatly appreciate it. I can't find in online.

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I'm pretty sure mine [purchased new] never came with any instructions.

Maybe something I can answer for you?

The camber marks are pretty accurate, zero gives a nice, even cut.

Every other brand arbor I've tried fits and runs true [Integy, Hudy, etc].

Replacement bits are as easy as buying a hacksaw blade and some tin snips if you don't buy a carbide bit.

Pretty basic unit really. So, again, if you have a specific question, I can try to answer it for you, but as far as I'm aware, there's no paperwork out there for it.
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I'm pretty sure mine [purchased new] never came with any instructions.

Maybe something I can answer for you?

The camber marks are pretty accurate, zero gives a nice, even cut.

Every other brand arbor I've tried fits and runs true [Integy, Hudy, etc].

Replacement bits are as easy as buying a hacksaw blade and some tin snips if you don't buy a carbide bit.

Pretty basic unit really. So, again, if you have a specific question, I can try to answer it for you, but as far as I'm aware, there's no paperwork out there for it.
Thanks for the info, I will take a look at it and let you know if I have any questions.
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