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Old 04-08-2009, 04:04 PM   #1
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Default Team Integy AutoTrueCut v2 anybody try it?

I need to get a tire truer cause I am tired of running in my tires.I have only seen the hudy truers and I know hudy is top notch stuff but Really all I want to do is cut my 2 degrees of camber in the front and 3 in the rear and run em.The only reason I was looking at this is because it cuts 3 degrees.Whats your oppinion?This is only going to be cutting 1/8 tires.I don't mind paying the extra cash for the hudy.
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I have the integy unit and it works just fine.I have the 12 volt automatic version.All I do is 1/8th tires
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I have one of those and it's a decent truer. The motor is a little weak though so if you're looking to cut alot off 1/8 tires, I'd suggest the Hudy. I actually put a Hudy motor in mine and now it's a beast. I only got this one because it was used and I got a good deal. If you can afford the Hudy, I'd recommend you go with that. I've used them and they are a much nicer truer. Cuts are exactly what you set them at and no modifying required.
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If you don't have hudy money. I would get the Ofna truer before the Integy truer. I believe the ofna is stronger. My buddy had trouble with the integy cutting 1/8 tires using a hudy arbor the truer blade did not have enough stroke. Once he got the integy arbor everything was fine.
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If you don't have hudy money. I would get the Ofna truer before the Integy truer. I believe the ofna is stronger. My buddy had trouble with the integy cutting 1/8 tires using a hudy arbor the truer blade did not have enough stroke. Once he got the integy arbor everything was fine.

what about 3racing guys??how strong is that?
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I don't know anything about the 3racing one but here is yet another option for you. http://www.racedayhobbies.com/GQ_tire_truer.html
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I don't know anything about the 3racing one but here is yet another option for you. http://www.racedayhobbies.com/GQ_tire_truer.html

i want to stay under 200$ range.
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I don't know anything about the 3racing one but here is yet another option for you. http://www.racedayhobbies.com/GQ_tire_truer.html
If your going to spend that type of money I would buy a Hudy. I think (not sure) the GQ truer is nothing but a spin off of the Ofna truer. Also you may want to look at the manual truers. Those can be had for about 125.00 (they used to be (69.00)
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If your going to spend that type of money I would buy a Hudy. I think (not sure) the GQ truer is nothing but a spin off of the Ofna truer. Also you may want to look at the manual truers. Those can be had for about 125.00 (they used to be (69.00)
can you give me some examples?
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can you give me some examples?
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Here's one from Brooklyn hobbies

http://www.brooklynhobbies.com/index...OD&ProdID=2314

Also RD logics makes a manual truer also; can't find a link
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For just a little over $200. you can get the ofna one: http://www.nitrohouse.com/catalog/pr...oducts_id=9998
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For just a little over $200. you can get the ofna one: http://www.nitrohouse.com/catalog/pr...oducts_id=9998
i think that i will go for the integy or the 3racing...
and if i have power problems i will change the motor.
i don't think that i will have any because i will use it with 1/10 tyres.
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Default Intergy truer

I have the Intergy truer,and the only problem I have ever had with it is the blades. The ones that come with it are not good. Once I invested in a carbide blade,the truer works very well.
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I have the Intergy truer,and the only problem I have ever had with it is the blades. The ones that come with it are not good. Once I invested in a carbide blade,the truer works very well.
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I use the Hudy cutting blades on my Integy Truer and it cuts very well and smooth. Only problem I have now is I need a 30 amp PSU.
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What did you guys do to get that bit to fit? I have one that I dremeled (is that a word?) down a bit and it fits but not very well...
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