I know of and use three different sized hex screws. The small grub screw that goes in pinions, the medium sized used just about everywhere else (e.g. shock towers), and the larger size used in the motor mount screws.
So, what sized (in mm) hex wrenches do these use? I'm tired of using the cheap "L'' wrenches and would like to get some with handles.
Last edited by Cubic; 07-18-2010 at 12:58 AM.
for rustler/slash/stampede, you need 1.5mm for the really small ones, 2.0 for medium, and 2.5 for large. you only need that for larger trucks
Thanks. Will have to get some of those.
Or these. http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXRTZ8&P=7
Or these (I have their nut drive and like it). http://www.liquidrc.com/index.php?ma...da05v6j4gbjnd2
Last edited by Cubic; 07-18-2010 at 01:18 AM.
they actually looked really good, I was going to get some from hobby city (*******)but added a bunch of those to my cart instead
Get Integy quick-Pit bits. Will fir in any 1/4 drive tool. The handles are too small on the screwdriver type tools.
I saw those. I may do something like that. I have a really great Ikea screw driver that takes 1/4 bits.
a 1.5 2.0 2.5 will cover 99% of the traxxas vehicles. There is a screw on the e-revo/summit transmission that takes a 3.0. My RRP pinions take a 1/16 standard. I wrench alot and that is all I need. I reccomend sending the coin and buying a quailty kit like the losi or pro-line one.
Pay It Forward.
dont use a ball end under 2.5mm it will strip out the screw head.
Integy does make some nice tools. However, Patriot makes the same drivers, same warehouse built and everything, the only difference is price. I have Patriots and I like them a lot.
Casper - 2001 Dodge Cummins (my baby)
link? I have searched but couldn't find them..
Unfortunately, Patriot RC only sells at HobbyTownUSA. Their website also isn't very "full".
All I can say about them is that 6 cell nicd and antenna tubes of theirs I bought were great.
Link to Integy?
well he didlnt know the sizes and people sometimes dont know how to use the search option, so hop off him lol
if you want me to i can break your truck for free!
The sizes were listed in the second post.Originally Posted by thecoolman101
A quick tower search for "Integy hex wrench" would bring up multiple sizes.
^^ you jump on him for asking a simple question????????
and your the one that started this even simpler thread
Originally Posted by Cubic
this is also the best way to answer your original post
These look like a good deal. I have Dynamite hex drivers. Only I scored my hex drivers, a bag of pinions, and a couple other things off my friend for $6.....
HK Brushless Summit!!!
If you become a member at Integy you get them for like 2.75 each. I thought it was a great deal since I already had the driver. Plenty of length on these also and the tips are removable.
Last edited by papermaker; 07-20-2010 at 01:42 PM.
I just bought that dynamite one off ebay for $19.99 with $4 shipping. It looks pretty good. I wish I had a small electric screwdriver type thing. I only have access to a full size dewalt drill. Then again that also has its advantages, I have drilled alot with it for rc projects
Nothin' like a 4 on the floor and a V8
I have the rachett one made by dynamite also and I love it. Thanks to it I still have all my fingers