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Old 11-01-2006, 04:40 PM   #16
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Have one and loved it. you can't beat the price, $59.00.
One of these manual OFNA truers are on the way to me tomorrow. My question is if Hudy arbor and carbide cutter blade can fit to this tire truer.

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Old 11-01-2006, 07:06 PM   #17
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Yes they will fit. The tool head may need to be modified to take the cutter as it has a wider base than the blade cutters.
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Try the OFNA Semi Automatic #20002 for only $59.95 it works really good, it is comparable to the $350.00+ Hudy semi-automatic truer for fraction of the cost if you race at Revelation Jeffrey Lin uses it at the track all the time.

Where can this truer be found? I tried OFNA's website and can't find it.
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Old 11-01-2006, 08:28 PM   #19
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Where can this truer be found? I tried OFNA's website and can't find it.
I sell the truer, if you need a picture I'll send it to you. or give me a call
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Old 11-02-2006, 09:01 AM   #20
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gotta agree on the ofna manual truer #20002. This truer is all motor and at $60.00 you will have enough money to get the hudy bit and still meet your budget.
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I love my RDLogics fully automatic. Before i got out of the hobby a year or two ago i had the Hudy fully Auto, i think the RD is about 99% as good and less than half the price.
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What are the exact differences between the Hudy Truers? I've never found a nice comparision chart...
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Old 11-02-2006, 10:23 AM   #23
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Where can this truer be found? I tried OFNA's website and can't find it.
I have answered both your regular e-mail and your PM
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What are the exact differences between the Hudy Truers? I've never found a nice comparision chart...
The HUDY Fully Automatic tire truer is the Ferrari of tire truers, but you have to pay the price and it retains it's resale Value, the next best Truer is the OFNA automatic truer which is about half the price of the Hudy Fully automatic one, then when it comes to a manual tire truer OFNA #20002 is the best valued one, and as Francis mentioned all you need is add a Hudy carbide bid and it will cut as good as a Hudy without paying the price.
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Try the OFNA Semi Automatic #20002 for only $59.95 it works really good, it is comparable to the $350.00+ Hudy semi-automatic truer for fraction of the cost if you race at Revelation Jeffrey Lin uses it at the track all the time.
Got one of these OFNA manuel tire truer. The truer came w/o any kind of instructions. I would like to know what kind of maintenance I need to due, to keep the truer in the best conditions.

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Old 11-18-2006, 11:07 AM   #26
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Got one of these OFNA manuel tire truer. The truer came w/o any kind of instructions. I would like to know what kind of maintenance I need to due, to keep the truer in the best conditions.

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I would say absolutely no maintenance needed, just keep it clean (that is all you need). optional: you can apply a little oil on the threaded shaft to make it smoother when you turn the crank, and it doesn't need an instruction it is pretty much Fool proof !
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I would say absolutely no maintenance needed, just keep it clean (that is all you need). optional: you can apply a little oil on the threaded shaft to make it smoother when you turn the crank, and it doesn't need an instruction it is pretty much Fool proof !
I received my Ofna truer from Team Kamikaze a couple of weeks ago. I'm very impressed for the price. I believe it to be far superior to any of the other inexpensive truers I've seen. May turn out to be the best $60 I've spent in R/C
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I received my Ofna truer from Team Kamikaze a couple of weeks ago. I'm very impressed for the price. I believe it to be far superior to any of the other inexpensive truers I've seen. May turn out to be the best $60 I've spent in R/C
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I would say absolutely no maintenance needed, just keep it clean (that is all you need). optional: you can apply a little oil on the threaded shaft to make it smoother when you turn the crank, and it doesn't need an instruction it is pretty much Fool proof !
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Old 11-18-2006, 07:24 PM   #30
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im keen on it as well could some one post some pic for me and a quick question for team kamikaze would you send one to Australia and if so how much
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