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Old 04-17-2013, 01:50 PM   #46
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Your turn in the barrel M3Armand =

Let's see some pics of your setup station ESPECIALLY the carry bag -

And can you measure that bag length, width, height etc per side -
With some pics inside & out?

I'd trying to find out if that bag will fit my set - Thanks
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Your turn in the barrel M3Armand =

Let's see some pics of your setup station ESPECIALLY the carry bag -

And can you measure that bag length, width, height etc per side -
With some pics inside & out?

I'd trying to find out if that bag will fit my set - Thanks
Funny you should say that since I was planning to do the exact thing! The bag dimensions are 12 x 9 x 1.75. It's "neoprene" or "neoprene-like" material. Thus, it stretches. Here are the pics.
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Old 04-17-2013, 02:38 PM   #48
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Note in this pic below, how the rectangular bar is too long. The red arrow point to where the tow angle tool is "maxed" out.

So what did I pay overall?

Integy Setup Station with bag (comes with 2 sets of adapters) C23291 $100 ($75 w/o bag)
Type C adapter for my TCX touring car (and works with DEX210 by luck) C23130 $10
Integy Short Toe adapter C23274 $10

TOTAL = $120

Compared to the Hudy at $150 w/o bag, but it ONLY does either off road or touring car. So to me, the decision was brainless. If I was only worried about measuring touring cars, then there are even cheaper Integy alternatives out there which has more variety of colors to choose from.
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M3 - NICE!!!

So far it looks like that bag will fit my station...

Would you please measure the foam block(s) that your setup parts are in?
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Note in this pic below, how the rectangular bar is too long. The red arrow point to where the tow angle tool is "maxed" out.
Measure your inner piece on the toe gauge end to end = ???

My short one = 3.5" (for 10th scale)
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Has anyone use this on a Tamiya f104?
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Old 04-17-2013, 09:35 PM   #52
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M3 - NICE!!!

So far it looks like that bag will fit my station...

Would you please measure the foam block(s) that your setup parts are in?
Dunno why you want this (maybe you're making your own). But it's 1.75 inches divided by 3 layers = roughly .60 inches.

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Measure your inner piece on the toe gauge end to end = ???

My short one = 3.5" (for 10th scale)
Hmmm... interesting... My "short" one is 6 inches (hee heee), but the long one is 10 inches.
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Marv, can you tell me the length of the piece that you see in the photo?[IMG][/IMG]
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Don't want to hijack the post but u guys can check out the Yeah Racing set as well.

I owned the integy set before trying this out. A friend was willing to buy the integy for a good price so I sold it for this. Am quite happy with it.



Basically allows you to do all measurements except tweak.

I'm not a fan of year racing products especially on high wear parts but this one has lasted me for more than a year already.

I recently checked it with a new hudy set and measurements are similar and accurate to the dot. Comes with a case to hold all the parts. It also comes with the transparent gauge you use for toe measurements and steering angle (not pictured).
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