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Old 05-02-2006, 07:18 AM   #76
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Hudy Fully-Automatic Tire Truer... hands down.

It was the first truer I bought, and I have never had anything but good things to say about it. It's a real workhorse, top quality, and great functionality.
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What blades come with the Hudy? Are they blue in color with the blades alternating? The stock one doesn't look like that on the Integy and I have about 5 xtra blades. I think maybe those ARE hudy ones someone slipped in there.
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What blades come with the Hudy? Are they blue in color with the blades alternating? The stock one doesn't look like that on the Integy and I have about 5 xtra blades. I think maybe those ARE hudy ones someone slipped in there.
From what I recall, the latest version of the HUDY fully-auto truer comes with their carbide blade... you will never need to replace it.
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What do they look like? I haven't seen one upclose.
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What do they look like? I haven't seen one upclose.
looks like a carbide saw blade and gray in color
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Hudy Fully-Automatic Tire Truer... hands down.

It was the first truer I bought, and I have never had anything but good things to say about it. It's a real workhorse, top quality, and great functionality.
your right hands down hudy all the way
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Ahh ok they aren't hudy blades...hehe.
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Just ordered the carbide bit for the integy. Well see how it goes.
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AI LMK how they work out for ya.
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Just ordered the carbide bit for the integy. Well see how it goes.
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Im thinking im just going to modify the bit. Maybe thats not possible , but I heard someone talking about this. Ill see once it gets here , hopefully tommorrow.
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you would have to tig/mig weld something on the back of the Hudy bit because it is much shorter than the Integy saw blades. As it is now, the stock Hudy bit is barely captured by the Integy mounting setscrew.
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Just file / grind it thinner the part of the bit that goes into the holder it works good My friend have the Integy tire truer with the HUDY Carbide BIT AND it goes in the holder without a problem after the modification
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