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Old 09-22-2007, 05:07 PM   #46
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That's why! you have an "Intgcy" truer which is an "INTEGY" knock off, then the "angel" needs to be an angle for it will work.
sorry i spelled it wrong
integy
and you cant rotate the arm.
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Old 09-22-2007, 05:22 PM   #47
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sorry i spelled it wrong
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and you cant rotate the arm.
I have seen people installing Hudy carbide cutter on an Integy tire truer, and it cuts nice.
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Old 09-22-2007, 05:25 PM   #48
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I have seen people installing Hudy carbide cutter on an Integy tire truer, and it cuts nice.
im sure it dose
you just got to mod the bit a bit
file it so it fits in the slot.
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Hudy needs to build a machine that will detect the very very very very very few posts that Walley makes that are actually worthwhile. It will need to be quite selective and intricate as he makes A LOT of posts and not many are worth the bandwidth.

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Old 09-22-2007, 09:16 PM   #50
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The "intgcy" truer has almost the same "angel" as the Hudy Truer, although you are right about the modification to fit the blade, however the motor on the "intgcy" truer is slightly smaller therefore has less power than the Hudy truer. (Results: Not as clean as a cut) No Hudy truer ever has a "vertical" blade, it sits at about a 45 "angel".
the hudy i have seen that works well,the blade is UP and DOWN like i said
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AKA THE GNAT FROM TORONTO CANADA.........at least he has the gnat part correct...............
and that name was given to me by a guy in CA that tells ppl to buy stuff that dosent work on there car.
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and that name was given to me by a guy in CA that tells ppl to buy stuff that dosent work on there car.
Who is that guy?
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Old 09-22-2007, 09:37 PM   #53
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thats not important
and i just seen the hudy truers and they all seem to be on a 45 degree angle now.
wish i had one of those
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thats not important
and i just seen the hudy truers and they all seem to be on a 45 degree angle now.
wish i had one of those
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lol, so Scott you will tell me to buy a mtx-4 because it is a better car? if yes, then I listen otherwise I stand by my statement.

Team drivers know lot's about the stuff they run and I can trust that info.....


but please don't tell me any team driver tells anyone another car is better than the one the are paid to run....


back to topic,

I'd be curious to see a close pic of a tire cut by both
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lol, so Scott you will tell me to buy a mtx-4 because it is a better car? if yes, then I listen otherwise I stand by my statement.

Team drivers know lot's about the stuff they run and I can trust that info.....


but please don't tell me any team driver tells anyone another car is better than the one the are paid to run....


back to topic,

I'd be curious to see a close pic of a tire cut by both

well one he drives a RRR now and he is smart on setup and stuff
we just think different on some things sometimes i think of it as just fun.
just want to know what angle or degree dose every one cut there tires at for sedan and 1/8.
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the cost is to high but the way the Canadian $ is now (more than the us) it may be cheaper to get so hmmmmmmmmmmm maybe.
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well one he drives a RRR now and he is smart on setup and stuff
we just think different on some things sometimes i think of it as just fun.
just want to know what angle or degree dose every one cut there tires at for sedan and 1/8.
Dude, what do you mean by angle or degree? Are you refering to the angle that cones the tire to accomodate the camber your running on the car? If that's the case, then for 1:8th scale I use 0-.5 degrees for the front and 1 degree for the rear. For sedan I have only trued at 0 degrees. But might try a half of degree (.5) for the rear.

I'm no expert with this by any means, but it does help get your tires scrubbed to the proper camber angles (coneing). I find that when the rear tires are coning well, then your making good use of your tires contact patch with the track. You always want to have the tires cone with a smaller diameter towards the inside, if your tires (usually the front) start to cone the wrong direction then you need to add more camber. Make sence? Good luck man.
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Yo guys can i set my truer to cut 2mm at a time now that i have the carbide bit with the sweep at its slowest point, or does it matter?.
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Yo guys can i set my truer to cut 2mm at a time now that i have the carbide bit with the sweep at its slowest point, or does it matter?.
If your truer can cut 2mm at a time go for it, by the way what brand truer do you have?
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