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Old 01-14-2003, 01:37 AM   #1
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Which screws are the best aluminum, steel, or steela allow. Do philips head or hex head screws strip easier. Which or the above materials stips easiest
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titanium flathead with hex holes for chassis screws.
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speedtechrc sells titanium hex head screws made by titanium racing

aluminum screws strip and break the easiest i wont use them

im not sure which is lighter titanium or aluminum
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http://www.titaniumracing.com/site.html
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many have posted on the electric thread that dealing with TIR directly is a nightmare, better to get their products from a reseller like speedtech.
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aluminium is alot lighter then titanium but much softer.
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Speed Tech sells the Ti screws for TIR, but only a limited amount of complete car kit sets. They do sell them seperate though. TIR website shows complete screws sets for most cars. Since TIR is such a pain to order direct from anybody know of any other sites that sell them? Hardcore Racing has complete Ti screws sets for the NTC3 at the cheapest prices I have found. But I have found their quality not be up to most peoples standards, for the price.
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I just went to http://www.titaniumracing.com/site.html to check it out and when you goto the shop section it says that due a fire in their main factory, the online shop will be down for 2 weeks. So even if you wanted to order from them, you wont be able to for a little while.
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