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PNracing
2010.06.18, 01:15 PM
Products Content:
This modified Tire Truer tool kit is a perfect solution for any Mini-Z racer who demands to get the best performance of their race tires. It is an add-on item apply onto the slot car micro tire truer from a superior design Hudy. This top quality tool kit will benefit your Mini-Z equip with the race tire that perfect fit onto the wheel without lacking the true power from the motor. Mini-Z racers can also make options of 3 or 4 groves on the tire for stronger grip.

Products Spec:
Only work for Mini-Z 2WD Wheel.
All Offset of front and rear wheel.

Products in Package:
1 x Stainless Steel Drive Shaft
1 x Aluminum Wheel Adaptor
1 x 3 Groove Blade
1 x 4 Groove Blade
1 x Wheel Locker

Required:
Hudy Slot Tire Truer With Switch (Axle 1/8" + 3/32") [Parts # 103100]

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PNracing
2010.06.18, 01:18 PM
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EMU
2010.06.18, 01:59 PM
Looks really good Philip :)

Any chances for an AWD shaft and arbor?

PNracing
2010.06.18, 03:52 PM
Looks really good Philip :)

Any chances for an AWD shaft and arbor?

Yes, AWD adaptor on makeing sample.

Old Crow
2010.06.18, 04:30 PM
Is it important, or is there a benefit to truing the tire on the very wheel your going to use the tire on?

EMU
2010.06.18, 06:20 PM
I think there is Carl. When you remount the tire on a different wheel, and the tire will not be as balanced. I usually glue the tire down to the wheel I want to use it on, and then true it.

Old Crow
2010.06.18, 06:51 PM
Makes sense, just curious. Thanks.

LED
2010.06.19, 07:51 AM
Cant you make an entire tire truer that doesnt cost 180$ ? :p

LED
2010.06.19, 07:52 AM
Clicked to fast ^^

Something low cost maybe even without a motor to keep it cheap so that people can put in their own.

HaCo
2010.06.19, 10:37 AM
Clicked to fast ^^

Something low cost maybe even without a motor to keep it cheap so that people can put in their own.

Or a dremel, where you don't need an extra power supply either!

LadyFox_VT24
2010.07.17, 01:34 PM
I really like this tire truer..... Finally you made this..... I've been wanting to get this for a long time.... Thank You Phil!:D

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bermbuster
2010.07.17, 04:11 PM
the arbor,the wheel mount,the groover and the decals on the truer are made by PN....
The truer is made by Hudy....:D

bermbuster
2010.07.17, 04:19 PM
The Hudy truer has the adjusting screw for setting depth. This screw can move and cause the stop point to drift. I used a spring and spring holder from a mini monster shock to put tension on the screw and to keep the stop from moving so all my tires will be the same.

lfisminiz
2010.07.17, 10:59 PM
George, same here except my Hudy didnt come with the piece to put the groover piece in.:(

EMU
2010.07.18, 11:05 AM
Larry, this is a kit for the slot truer, not the Mini-Z truer.

The PN kit is not compatable with F1 front wheels, which are not slotted :( I need to try to find a Hudy Mini-Z arbor, which is compatable.

EMU
2010.07.18, 11:07 AM
George, nice trick with the springs to hold it in place ;) i have seen an indexed kit that you can get for the truer, which is numbered and wont move... I think that your mod is good enough for our needs :)

lfisminiz
2010.07.18, 12:39 PM
Eugene, i got this kit for the groovers etc...my Hudy that i have for awhile now, has the mini-z adapter and does work with F-1 rims. Mine doesnt have the goover adapter piece (Hudy). Ill try it by hand with the PN groovers.:p:)

yasuji
2010.07.18, 06:04 PM
Eugene, i got this kit for the groovers etc...my Hudy that i have for awhile now, has the mini-z adapter and does work with F-1 rims. Mine doesnt have the goover adapter piece (Hudy). Ill try it by hand with the PN groovers.:p:)

my hudy came with the adapter ...however i took mine off so it wasnt in the way!
and now i cant find the piece....so i took the groover peices and mounted it in to pn screwdriver handles!;) works great.....lol

lfisminiz
2010.07.18, 07:17 PM
Grant, thats what i did! See you guys soon in N.J.;):)

LED
2010.07.27, 05:32 AM
Can anyone tell me if there is a difference between the 103100 and the 103200 ?
Apart from the little tool

Thx

bermbuster
2010.07.27, 07:01 AM
Can anyone tell me if there is a difference between the 103100 and the 103200 ?
Apart from the little tool

Thx

the one with the tool (tire trimmer) also comes w 2 shafts 1/8 and 3/32
for slot car wheels.

LED
2010.07.27, 10:01 AM
Ok but the rest is the same ?
I mean I can put a mini-z adapter on the 103100 without any problems ?
I'm pretty sure its the same but I like to be 100% :p

Thx

EMU
2010.07.27, 04:37 PM
the one with the tool (tire trimmer) also comes w 2 shafts 1/8 and 3/32
for slot car wheels.

Mine only came with one shaft... which I replaced with the PN.

bermbuster
2010.07.27, 04:45 PM
Ok but the rest is the same ?
I mean I can put a mini-z adapter on the 103100 without any problems ?
I'm pretty sure its the same but I like to be 100% :p

Thx

110% sure....

LED
2010.07.28, 06:37 AM
Thank you !

LED
2010.08.03, 05:55 AM
110% sure....

Well seems you are mistaking.
You also need the optional 3mm axle.

Old Crow
2010.08.22, 04:42 PM
The Hudy Tire Truer spoken about here, does that motor run directly off a power supply?

JuniorWKR
2010.08.22, 05:43 PM
you will need to run it off a nimh battery back or the best way would be to run it off a charger that has a motor break in setting so you can controll the volts... to high of volts will melt the tire... 2s lipo is even a bit much for the softer tires...

Old Crow
2010.08.22, 05:58 PM
Thanks for the info. Can I run it off of the PN S6 chargers? And if I can what settings? I just want to make sure I know what I need if I go this route.

PNracing
2010.08.22, 06:07 PM
Thanks for the info. Can I run it off of the PN S6 chargers? And if I can what settings? I just want to make sure I know what I need if I go this route.

We used 3 cells Lipo pack to run it easy, because when you start to turn on, the tire turner draw over 7amp, it will be shut down your power supply with charger. So the Lipo pack it is easy.

JuniorWKR
2010.08.22, 06:21 PM
Thanks for the info. Can I run it off of the PN S6 chargers? And if I can what settings? I just want to make sure I know what I need if I go this route.

dont think the pn charger has a motor break in option... i use my check point charger with power supply and usually spin between 3 to 5 volts depending on tire compound.... the softer the tire the lower the volts...

yasuji
2010.08.22, 06:27 PM
i use a 2 cell lipo 1500... works good for me !...handles the load just fine!:)

yasuji
2010.08.22, 06:29 PM
i used to run it off of a 12v 3amp power supply... from the Duracell 15 min charger....it would SMOKE THE TIRES!:D

bermbuster
2010.08.22, 06:51 PM
You can make up a 4 cell or a 5 cell nimh pack to power the truer.
You can also use the PN charging tray w 4 aaa s in it and connect it to the truer.....

bermbuster
2010.08.22, 06:53 PM
Well seems you are mistaking.
You also need the optional 3mm axle.
for what??? the pn kit comes w a new axle.

Old Crow
2010.08.22, 07:17 PM
Thanks to all who have had input. I'm trying to figure out if I already have what I need to power it. If it works to use 4 AAA cells to power it properly, that works for me, at least for now. Thank you.

dgomes
2011.05.24, 10:36 PM
Dear all,

Does anyone one knows how can I change the axle on the truer?

No clues in the "manual" and I couldn't figure it out myself...

(I think I used to be beter at finding my way over mechanical devices...)

Thank you in advance for any help.

Best regards,
Daniel