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Old 12-13-2004, 09:47 AM   #1
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I have a TC3 and am looking to buy an alignment, etc.. setup system. The two that I am looking at are the more basic systems from Integy and Hudy, and I'm not sure which would be best. If someone could give some advice on these two or another company, that would be so very much appreciated

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Old 12-13-2004, 10:05 AM   #2
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I'm gonna list down some great choices for you, you definitely won't go wrong with any of them.
1) Hudy
2) Hudy
3) Hudy
4) Hudy


I have the NTC3 and was pondering between the Hudy and Integy too, got the Hudy and no regrets on it, it was a great system, might be slightly on the expensive side, but worth every penny since it is for long term investment. Go Hudy!!
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HOW IS THE PMB SET UP JIGS?
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Old 12-13-2004, 11:13 AM   #4
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Thanks. I have been leaning toward Hudy, but it feels better to have another opinion. God knows the idiot at Hobbytown doesn't know an alignment setup from a tire truer.
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i have tried the HUDY with my NTC3 and the triangular blocks didnt screw on axels of the car.......and the integy just fits perfectly......and it comes in blue......................
1)integy
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PMB is exactly the same what i have seen BUT it's Philips screws on all screws instead of Hudy's Hex screws. But who takes apart their Hudystyle system between runs?
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i have tried the HUDY with my NTC3 and the triangular blocks didnt screw on axels of the car.......and the integy just fits perfectly......and it comes in blue......................
1)integy
2)integy
3)integy
4)integy




GOOO INTEGY
It's true that the triangular blocks don't quite fit onto the axles of the car, but what one really needs to do is to SLIGHTLY file the holes to fit onto it. I have a buddy who is using the Integy, heard no complaints from him tho, so I reckon it's a good setup system too. Why did I go for Hudy instead of Integy? Personal preference I would say, the brandname itself explains it...Hudy's stuff are simply HUDY, top notch in quality that I can be assured of.
If you go for the "new" Hudy setup system, I don't think such problem would exist.
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the newest hudy with the aluminium carrying case.stunning quality and lots of aluminium.imo,pick hudy.u won't ever regret it.
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THanks guys, I just ordered an Ultimate Hudy Setup System!!!
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THanks guys, I just ordered an Ultimate Hudy Setup System!!!

where do u ordered it n how much?
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Actually, I won it on ebay. Almost brand new only used a xouple of times, everything in it--even the instructions. $131.00 I just couldn't pass it up. If you have a Hobbytown near you, they are probaby one of the cheapest bets-they have been for other stuff my husband and I have bought for our cars.
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where do u ordered it n how much?
Cheapest I`ve seen the new Hudy all-in-one exclusive setup station is for $279US..........rcmart.com
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