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brooklynny 05-15-2012 09:35 PM

Tony's Screws or RcScrewz Stainless
 
Looking to rebuild my Hara and need a screw kit, it is between these 2. Any input would be great

thanks

ilanstylz 05-15-2012 09:37 PM

Tony's by far, better quality and won't strip easily like rcscrewz.....

imaxx21 05-15-2012 09:51 PM

stainless are pretty weak compared to Tony's 12.9 grade alloy

oghobavo 05-15-2012 10:05 PM

If money isn't a issue, I'd go lunsford screws. My tki2 has luns tit screws throughout and have been awesome. They will last a very very looonnng time. Also, no matter what set of screws you get, I highly suggest you investing in MIP/Thorp hex drivers. Best I've had so far. Just my 2cents

merdith6 05-15-2012 10:52 PM

Eeeh
 
I like steel screws. I never bought Tony's, but I go to A Main and order all the srews from their protech brand. You get like 10 screws fro 2 dollars or whatever. I just load up with all the sizes I use the most and bam. It ends up being cheaper than 45 dollars for a screw kit and you have 20 of each not only a few.

ScottyM 05-16-2012 04:36 AM

TONYS over any other on the market. You get more for the money with Tonys Screws..

I'll never stray again.

Gary NJ 05-17-2012 06:08 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ScottyM (Post 10739464)
TONYS over any other on the market. You get more for the money with Tonys Screws..

I'll never stray again.

+1000

larlev 05-17-2012 07:37 AM

If Trick-Parts makes a kit I would go with them. I have them in my scte and caster buggy and haven't had a stripped out screw yet.

lknracer 05-17-2012 09:41 AM

Stainless screws tend to strip out much easier. I'd avoid the RCScrewz set -- they look cool, but WILL strip out. I had a bad experience years ago when I first got started back in RC.

10.9 or 12.9 steel is the way to go. Tony's offers a nice pre-packaged set.

Titanium is nice, but mainly on the top plate where there is lower stress. I wouldn't use them on the high stress areas, especially engine screws and lower chassis screws. Have seen them bend/break on many occasions.

rcboy1 05-17-2012 12:35 PM

I agree with larlev, go with trick-parts.com, they have great quality stuff

Integra 05-17-2012 01:16 PM

Tony's NO question's asked, He's got Kits for 98% of the cars out there and his hardware is the BEST in the Bizz. :nod:

adir 05-17-2012 02:09 PM

tony, Nothing else...

CoryD 05-17-2012 02:24 PM

Stainless for Rock Crawlers...Tony's for EVERYTHING else :)

Later,

brooklynny 05-17-2012 10:22 PM

Well that settles it, Tony's it is.
Thanks for the input

imaxx21 05-18-2012 12:29 AM

he sells more than just screw kits, you can buy any quantity of any screw

www.tonysscrews.com


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