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Old 08-23-2007, 07:42 PM   #46
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Does the auto ofna truer carry the same motor as the manual ofna truer?
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Old 08-23-2007, 07:46 PM   #47
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+1. I also bought my OFNA truer from Kamikaze. I also bought the Hudy bit from Sam, and it cuts wonderfully. One of my friends has the Integy, and unlike the OFNA, he can't use the Hudy bit with the Integy.

I've got a Hudy bit on my Integy..... and a Hudy motor in it The stock Integy motor has no balls, but for $80 and some creativity you can squeeze a Hudy motor in the Integy case.
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Does the auto ofna truer carry the same motor as the manual ofna truer?
Yes, both have the same motors.
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Old 08-23-2007, 08:34 PM   #49
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Old 08-24-2007, 02:41 AM   #50
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I've got a Hudy bit on my Integy..... and a Hudy motor in it The stock Integy motor has no balls, but for $80 and some creativity you can squeeze a Hudy motor in the Integy case.
Where can i get hold of the Hudy Motor for my Scorpion truer?
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Where can i get hold of the Hudy Motor for my Scorpion truer?
call www.ashfordhobby.com sometimes he does not have them in stock, but it only takes a week.
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call www.ashfordhobby.com sometimes he does not have them in stock, but it only takes a week.
Whoops! I forgot to add that the supplyer must be able to/ willing to ship to Australia!
Ashford doesn't do that at this time!
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Old 08-25-2007, 08:19 AM   #53
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What do you guys think of the HARD tire truer?
to much $
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just got my ofna tire truer today from kamikaze hobbies and I couldnt stop at one tire hehehe this is a great little machine money well spent!! thanks heaps Sam!!
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The nice thing about a good tire truer (Hudy) is it never gets outdated. You don't have to replace it to keep up with everyone else.
Sorry to say this but this is the most b*llsh*t post I have ever seen, how can a tire truer being outdated ???
It can only be outdated when there are no adapters available for new kind of rims and even then there is a high chance to fit adapters from other brands or find someone to make one for your "outdated" machine.

I made (!!!) mine more than 15 years ago very cheap from and old printer and an 2nd hand RC airplane startermotor, it is with some electronics fully automatic and is still going strong in these days.
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Does anyone know if the Hudy/Integy-type arbors fit on the OFNA, or does it require something different?
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Here is a better view of the tire truer available at Kamikaze Toys and Hobbies @ (714) 997 8697



can you change the angle of the cut with this like 2 or something.
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can you change the angle of the cut with this like 2 or something.
yes, you can cut with up to 2 angle.
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If anyone is looking I have a brand new one I purchased and have never used. Comes with The Hudy Carbon Cutter and 1/12th adapter I purchased new last week from Kamikaze.
I have this ad in the for sale section:

NEW IN BOX OFNA #20002 TIRE TRUER. PURCHASED LAST WEEK AND I JUST PURCHASED A FULLY AUTOMATIC HUDY FROM A RACER GETTING OUT.
COMES WITH A NEW 1/12TH ARBOR AND A NEW HUDY CARBIDE CUTTER
WHICH I HAVEN'T EVEN RECEIVED YET.

Truer $169.95
Tire Adapter = $29.95
Hudy Carbide cutter = $43.99
Shipping $16.55
Total is $260.44



HERE IS THE LINK TO TRUER: http://www.ofna.com/tool-Tire.html



Improved cutting blade
High speed 12 volt motor
Millimeter increment dial
Diameter Guage
Camber Guage
Heavy Duty 12V battery clips
2 cutting blades included
Protective see through tire shroud
For On-Road 12th, 10th and 8th scale tires



$165.00 SHIPPED OVER $250.00 INVESTED AND NEVER USED IT!!
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