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Old 01-28-2010, 09:56 AM   #76
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Got a question for everyone.

I'm working on a setup system for touring cars, it's all drawn up already and sent for prototypes. It's similar to current products on the market, but also offers some major features that nobody out there has done.

My question is, the camber blocks are usually sold in sets of 4. I'm wondering how many people would prefer to buy them in pairs to save money on the initial purchase. I'm going to offer them both ways, basically just trying to figure out how many I should package as sets of 4, and how many I should package as pairs.
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Personally I'd buy the whole package, just as the Hudy all in one is. Saves on shipping in the long run as well.
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Personally I'd buy the whole package, just as the Hudy all in one is. Saves on shipping in the long run as well.
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Hey Randy, any updates on the set-up system? looking forward to see what you've come up with.
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Old 04-25-2010, 03:56 PM   #81
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Right now I'm having supplier issues. Getting the quality I'm looking for at a price you guys are looking for is a hard balance, haven't found the right supplier yet.
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i'm in the market for a decent set up station....current one is poop. i was looking at picking up the hudy system but for the price its kind of what is holding me back. if you really have some crazy cool set up station coming i'd love to see some pics!!!
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Right now I'm having supplier issues. Getting the quality I'm looking for at a price you guys are looking for is a hard balance, haven't found the right supplier yet.
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i'm in the market for a decent set up station....current one is poop. i was looking at picking up the hudy system but for the price its kind of what is holding me back. if you really have some crazy cool set up station coming i'd love to see some pics!!!
Thanks for the reply Randy, I'm in the same boat as Double D, cant quite justify the cash for the Hudy system, and most other things on the market don't appeal to me or they just look/feel cheap. If your system comes out anywhere near the quality of your set-up wheels I'll be very interested... but how's about a sneek peek at your concepts...
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Randy, I just like to use 1 pair and then use setup wheels.
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Randy,

I've looked all over this thread and your website, but I can't seem to find the answer. How much is a set of set-up wheels?

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