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Old 12-23-2012, 05:01 PM   #1
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Old 12-23-2012, 07:29 PM   #2
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low quality screws have been a frustration. I hate wringing the head off of a screw. I'd rather have a few extra grams from titanium than break an aluminum screw.
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I've used Tony's Screws with good results Right Hurr

Used someone else for my TLR 22, I forget who it was...if I can think of it I'll leave it here, really liked that dude too
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Old 12-24-2012, 02:55 AM   #4
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Don t try acer titanium screws. They are expensive and low in quality.

I switched to a cheaper screw set like yeah racing and no problem.
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Honestly, I have used Tony's Screws since he started his business and for off-road, there is nothing better. I have never gotten a bad screw from him. I order a kit from him for every new car and I assemble the kit with his screws. They are super high quality, but they are steel. I can find another way to save weight. Aluminum screws are garbage. They might be lighter, but they stink. If someone would create an affordable titanium screw set, I would consider it, but I am forever done with aluminum and I won't spend as much on titanium screws as a new motor cost.
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