Longacre scales

Old 10-31-2013, 05:08 PM
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They work just like full size sets, so there is no learning curve.
They will read in Grams, 1/10 of an ounce and 1/100 of a pound.

Found them available @ A-1 Racing Products 215-675-8442.
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Old 10-31-2013, 05:46 PM
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They are nice but there are much cheaper options. I use a lefthander board and an app to punch the numbers into.
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Are these for real? I love my full size ones, tough as nails they are.
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So, what is the sticker shock and who sells them?
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patorz31 Yes they are for real just a down sized model for the R/C racers.
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I saw they are $798.

I remember years ago they released an R/C set as well and they were more back then.
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Wow expensive, 4 digital scientific scales works fine for me.
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Originally Posted by JBath View Post
I saw they are $798.

I remember years ago they released an R/C set as well and they were more back then.
You are kidding on the price? I only paid $1190 for my full scale set.
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Originally Posted by patorz31 View Post
You are kidding on the price? I only paid $1190 for my full scale set.
Full scale scales.
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