Hudy Arbor???

Old 10-24-2004, 04:47 PM
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hey guys,

looking to get a 1/10 and a 1/12th scale hudy arbor

cant find then anywhere

any help???

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Old 10-24-2004, 05:05 PM
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Old 10-24-2004, 05:32 PM
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buy integy it's the same but loads cheeper
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I have a 1/10 touring arbor for hudy that I am selling .And a 1/10 scale arbor for the 235 mm on road gas cars.I will sell you either one if you are interested. let me know.
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Old 10-25-2004, 03:21 AM
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i am also after an arbor............i just got a topcad auto and it says it comes with an arbor but it didnt.........so i need 1 to fit an 8mm shaft that will use std tc wheels

does any1 know a brand that will fit this
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I have a new TC one and one of the Hudy 12th also.

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Old 10-25-2004, 03:31 PM
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does anyone knwo if the integy TC and 12th scale arbor will fit the ofna automatic truer???
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Old 10-25-2004, 07:06 PM
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I know this is a hudy thread but I got my arbor from www.rc4less.com. and it is killer. it does 1/10 and 12th both trc and jaco and many others and fits the ofna truer.
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Old 10-26-2004, 04:36 PM
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Originally posted by ALBERTO
buy integy it's the same but loads cheeper
Integy arbors for 12th scale have a known issue about them.

They are nearly impossible to balance. They will always wobble, the part that locks into the wheel is not hollow the like the Hudy one. Thus it puts the weight at the end and causes it to wobble.

Trust me I have both Integy arbors for 12th and 10th touring.

The tenth touring is a pain also, cause it has a set screw to lock on the arbor which can cause it to not be centered on the shaft and cause it to wobble. The Hudy’s crimp on the output shaft of the motor, not like the Integy one.

Once I purchased the Hudy 12th scale arbor I never used the Integy one again. I had a friend drill out the cone that tightens down on the wheel and the problem went away.

Every now and then rear wheels for 12th scale can be a pain to tighten and balance at the same time. So, I am using the Integy arbor as a donor. I am having a friend take a TRC tire (with 6 holes) and drilling out the arbor and tapping it so I can just screw it on and no need for a clamp. And will have dead on balanced wheels all the time.
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only thing i can say is don't use the ofna arbors on the hudy truer...they are CRAP compared to the Hudy ones that look identical...we tried one the other day and it was visible the it wasn't even cutting the tires round...car went down the stretch looking like it had a flat tire...got a hold of the Hudy and it works perfectly...had a machinist look at the ofna arbor and he said a blind man could have made a better arbor
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I have 2 of the hudy touring arbors 20.00 each plus shipping.If anyone is interested.I have sold many things on this forum and I except paypay. email me [email protected] type hudy arbor in the sublect bar thanks .
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