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Old 11-02-2011, 07:51 PM   #76
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The MIP Thorpe blow hudy and EDS out of the water....They dont look as cool but they are much stronger and the handle is a lot more comfortable.

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Old 11-02-2011, 08:44 PM   #77
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MIP all the way.

The 1/4 drive tips with a handle and electric screwdriver w/ clutch is by far the best wrenching setup i've ever owned.
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Tips : Engrave your name on your tools.
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Tips : Engrave your name on your tools.
Since I started buying some EDS gear I have wanted to do that, though my own engraving sucks, maybe take mine somewhere to get done...


You know on the issue of tools quality, best tool 'steel' I have ever seen comes out of Japan, the Germans also make great tool steel, but I don't think they produce any RC tool gear.
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Since I started buying some EDS gear I have wanted to do that, though my own engraving sucks, maybe take mine somewhere to get done...


You know on the issue of tools quality, best tool 'steel' I have ever seen comes out of Japan, the Germans also make great tool steel, but I don't think they produce any RC tool gear.
im taking my tools to get engraved at a trophy shop
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I have mostly EDS tools but when I have to get down and dirty with a difficult screw I always grap my MIP drivers.


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Hudy for me.
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