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Old 08-29-2009, 07:00 AM   #1
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Hi guys, any reviews / comment on this truer, price is very good compared to a Hudy.
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hey mate i have one of these pretty good never missed a beat only issues i have is wear blades quick and i cant cut 4mm at a time other then that its great
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hey mate i have one of these pretty good never missed a beat only issues i have is wear blades quick and i cant cut 4mm at a time other then that its great
Still doesnt help you drive any faster!
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hey mate i have one of these pretty good never missed a beat only issues i have is wear blades quick and i cant cut 4mm at a time other then that its great
Thats great as i will be installing a carbide bit of hudy.
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Great truer I use the hudy carbide bit and cuts very well. But I dont put too much load on the engine I alwalys cut max 2mm then I readjust to cut more if necessary
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I sold my Hudy thinking this would be good. But bad news! The rod that pushes the switch to turn off the return motor pushed the switch off the circuit board! Again this is brand new.
I have contacted [email protected] and have been getting the run around. They say thay want to help, and If I want to order the part let them know. I IMMEDIATELY e-mail them back and sat YES order the part as it is useless without it. This has been going on for 3 weeks!
So...BEWARE, so far the truer looks good, but support SUCKS!
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