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Old 02-28-2006, 10:54 PM   #1
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Hi all,

I was planning to purchase the 1/8 setup board from PMB, anyone has this and wans to share their experience with it?

Heard that the board is flexible, which is not so good. The only thing i like about it is that its very light to carry around.
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Hi all,

I was planning to purchase the 1/8 setup board from PMB, anyone has this and wans to share their experience with it?

Heard that the board is flexible, which is not so good. The only thing i like about it is that its very light to carry around.
We have been using the PMB Setup Boards for more than a year with great results. No, it does not flex or warp. The board has all the measurements accurately etched onto the board so there is no measurement decal to worry about. The setup board material is easy to clean. It is fuel proof.It is waterproof so most household cleaners will work. The board is multi purpose and will work from 1/10 all the way up to 1/8 offroad. Yes it is light and easy to transport.

When you see factory drivers like Paolo Morganti and Scotty Gray use this item, you know it must be good.
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