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Old 01-18-2012, 02:41 PM   #1
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hey guys im looking to get a hudy set up station but am kinda confused in which to get as there seems to be 2 of them ...first is the hudy 108255...and second is the hudy..108256 now the only difference i can see is the set up station comes with a board but no set up wheels and the other set seems to come with set up wheels and no board ...whats everyones opinion on which to go with ...thanks.
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hey guys im looking to get a hudy set up station but am kinda confused in which to get as there seems to be 2 of them ...first is the hudy 108255...and second is the hudy..108256 now the only difference i can see is the set up station comes with a board but no set up wheels and the other set seems to come with set up wheels and no board ...whats everyones opinion on which to go with ...thanks.
id go with # 108255 and get s set of these http://www.speedtechrc.com/store/ebp...id=384&id=9226
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those look pretty sick but idk about mounting it to a set up station without wheel nuts
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I have the second kit your posted (108256) and have been extremely pleased with it. If you opt for the less expensive kit you swap the nylon case for an aluminum one and you get a setup board w/sheet. However, you do not get setup wheels, balance pins, quick camber gauge and a second (fine) droop gauge.

I like the nylon case more because there are places to put more items. I have added the Hudy wheel balancing pieces to my setup garage and the parts fit nicely
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those look pretty sick but idk about mounting it to a set up station without wheel nuts
they Thread on the Axles just like a Wheel nut..
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So OP which setup system did you get? I'm kinda in same position
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ok so im confused as to what u get with the hudy set up system #108256 ....stormer hobbies shows this system without quick camber guages and other sites show that it comes with the quick camber guages sooooo which is it?
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108256 DOES come with the quick camber gauge
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ok so im confused as to what u get with the hudy set up system #108256 ....stormer hobbies shows this system without quick camber guages and other sites show that it comes with the quick camber guages sooooo which is it?
Easiest to trust the official Hudy website: ht tp://www .hudy.net/xhudy/products/prodpart.php?prod_id=475&kategoria=475 (remove spaces, I'm not allowed to post links yet)
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I've got the Hudy 108256. It works great. You don't need a hudy setup board and sticker. You just need a good flat surface. And maybe it's just me but I don't see a use for setup wheels either. Not if you have a setup station...
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Hi

I ended up with 108256

Its newer and the case is more convenient to carry than an aluminium one plus its got the quick setup wheels
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Who had them in stock? Seems everyone is out of the Hudy setup station.
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In stock at A-main
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Who had them in stock? Seems everyone is out of the Hudy setup station.
I got mine from A Main Hobbies a couple weeks ago. They are hard to find. Seems RC America has trouble getting them. Everytime I asked RC America directly I was told "a couple weeks".

EDIT: Looks like they are in stock:

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...10-Touring-Car

If you search the web you should be able to find a $25 off coupon.
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ok cool where do u find this coupon and did it come with the quick camber guage
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