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Old 07-16-2008, 02:22 AM   #1
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Which set up board / kit would you recommend for a 1/10 on road?

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Which set up board / kit would you recommend for a 1/10 on road?

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as an alternative you could check the team-magic/h.a.r.d.-racing setup system if you can find it.
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you could always check out one of mine....
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I don't know about the other brand setup boards but I got the Hudy all in one setup system for 1/8 onroad and it is definietely top notch.The only thing I can complain about is having to assemble it everytime I want to use it.
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personally i would prefer the ones made of glass...
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If your just looking at getting a board try a piece of Corian counter top material. Flat as hell. has the feel of marble. I gotta piece that can handle an onroad 1/8 scale for about 20.00 shipped. It is a little heavy
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