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Old 11-07-2005, 11:36 PM   #16
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Any contact info for "Murdock RC"?
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other than that one post about this truer being hard for 12th scale owners has anyone else tried it for 12th scale tires?
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Does anyone have any info where to order one of these? I went to RC Madness web site and could not find it there. Any other suggestions?
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Mine does not cut 1/12 tires more than 44mm, which is ok for the rears but not for the fronts that have to be 42! Does anyone know how I can solve it? The bit gets out of the thread. Maybe if there was a longer screw the problem whould be solved, but I can't find one online
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Mine does not cut 1/12 tires more than 44mm, which is ok for the rears but not for the fronts that have to be 42! Does anyone know how I can solve it? The bit gets out of the thread. Maybe if there was a longer screw the problem whould be solved, but I can't find one online
I just received mine, and while I haven't cut a front on it yet, I put one that was already cut to 42mm, and the cutting tool could reach it, no problem (even though I have a CRC "final bit" on it, which is shorter).

Compared to a Hudy automatic truer, setting the stop points requires tools (they're just twist knobs on the Hudy), but otherwise, it's quite nice.

I like the spot for a pair of 2S batteries integrated into the bottom of the casing, should be handy when taking it trackside.
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