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Old 06-10-2015, 07:22 PM
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Anybody have any experience with it. Hudy is too expensive, arrowmax is back ordered. Was looking at the trackstar one but it's only available in the international warehouse and they want close to $20 to ship it.
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Old 06-10-2015, 08:51 PM
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Anybody have any experience with it. Hudy is too expensive, arrowmax is back ordered. Was looking at the trackstar one but it's only available in the international warehouse and they want close to $20 to ship it.
I to was looking around and I went with G-Force setup system, very accurate
great quality and price point.

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Old 06-10-2015, 09:51 PM
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Originally Posted by dpcardoza View Post
Anybody have any experience with it. Hudy is too expensive, arrowmax is back ordered. Was looking at the trackstar one but it's only available in the international warehouse and they want close to $20 to ship it.
Hi,
I have been using one for an year. It is fine, no comlaints at all. Precise repeatable measurements etc. I would recomend it, especially for the price. I think it is better than the trackstar.
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Old 06-11-2015, 10:31 AM
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Anybody have any experience with it. Hudy is too expensive, arrowmax is back ordered. Was looking at the trackstar one but it's only available in the international warehouse and they want close to $20 to ship it.
I got a YR one a few months ago. I have no problems with the setup station itself, it seems top be very repeatable and the precision of the machined parts seems to be good. The only thing I would caution you about is that the box it comes in is cardboard and won't stand up to being abused (ie, tossing it into your pit box along with tools that can hit it, etc). Also, the various pieces do not fit back into the molded foam when the bearings are installed, but I solved that in 5 minutes by simply modifying the foam cut-outs with an exacto knife. I also shoe-gooed a couple of strips of cloth ribbon onto the molded foam make it easier to get them out of the box.
Overall though, I am happy with it and I think it's good value for the money.
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I have the integy station and it gets the job done. Doesn't have .5 degree marks but I don't think any of them do.
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Is there any reason any of these couldn't be used for off raod buggies as long as they have 4mm axles
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