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Old 12-08-2005, 07:50 PM   #16
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but one question, you use power supply or battery?
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I bought a car battery to run my truer off....i liked the fact that i wouldnt be relying on mains power then.
I just give it a charge (on a standard car battery charger) prior to race day and it serves me well
A lot of guys on race days simply pop the hood of their car and connect straight to the car battery with their truer.
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Old 12-09-2005, 03:31 PM   #17
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Anyone knows if Hudy adaptors fitting the 3 Racing tire truer or the GQ tire truer?

I am running 235 mm tires.

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All f the arbors I have seen are universal. I am 99% sure the Hudy arbors will fit the 3racing truer. The 3racing arbors are pretty inexpensive though and are not poor quality.
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Old 12-12-2005, 02:34 AM   #19
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Anyone selling Hudy tire truer and ship to AUST. Please PM .
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I have the Integy truer but I'm not happy with the cutting bit that comes with the truer. I'm thinking about to replace it with the carbide bit from Hudy. The question is will it fit my Integy truer ? If not, What do I need to do to make it fit
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I have the Integy truer but I'm not happy with the cutting bit that comes with the truer. I'm thinking about to replace it with the carbide bit from Hudy. The question is will it fit my Integy truer ? If not, What do I need to do to make it fit

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This is what I did & is working great for me. Get an auto integy tire truer & Hudy carbide cutting bit, you need to grind the bit down so it fit the integy tool holder. The carbide bit cost $40.00 retail, but I have seen it as low as $25.00, the overal cast is under $200.00 VS 400.00 + for hudy. But do not make a mistake the hudy auto truer is the best one on the market.

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I have the Integy truer but I'm not happy with the cutting bit that comes with the truer. I'm thinking about to replace it with the carbide bit from Hudy. The question is will it fit my Integy truer ? If not, What do I need to do to make it fit
I was talking to someone that did this to theirs last night. He said that it is not a big differance in the two but the Hudy one he had to file it down a little to make it fit into the slot. I saw it last night it worked great.
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I have an OFNA truer. I noticed that the blade or "bit" as some calls it, is not making smooth cuts. What do you suggest that I do? Is it easy to order the blade for my OFNA truer? Thanks
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I have an OFNA truer. I noticed that the blade or "bit" as some calls it, is not making smooth cuts. What do you suggest that I do? Is it easy to order the blade for my OFNA truer? Thanks
Buy the Hudy carbide cutting bit, it's the best investment you can make if you have the OFNA truer. But it costs about $40.00
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