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Author Topic:   help! which scales?
racer20
Dirt Newbie

Total posts: 4
posted January 17, 2002 07:47 PM
Ready to buy eletronic scales any help which
to buy?

millerlt3
Dirt Forum Racer

Total posts: 95
posted January 17, 2002 08:22 PM
You cant go wrong with a set of REB-CO electronic scales.

jammin
Dirt Administrator

Total posts: 5060
posted January 17, 2002 09:33 PM UIN: 16262997
Thats what I have....


jammin

mod_slider
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 14
posted January 18, 2002 09:46 AM
Check out Tanner Racing, they build a $999 set that I prefer over the others. Pretty nice people also.
www.tannerracing.com

yelloejacket45
unregistered Total posts: 14
posted January 21, 2002 05:02 PM
I've been using longacre #72606 for three yrs with no problems. they work great and seem to be realy consistent.

uforacing51
Dirt Freak

Total posts: 240
posted March 07, 2002 07:59 PM
can scales be used at a track on dirt or should they be kept in the garage?

Dirt2race
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 40
posted March 07, 2002 09:51 PM
It is best to scale your car in the same spot every time. You can take them to the track, but you have to level them somehow. It is a good idea to level them in the shop, but if they are not exactly level, mark the spot on the floor where you scale the car the first time, and scale there from then on. Otherwise, the information you get from scaling is not as usefull because it is not the exact same circumstances.

2nd2none
Dirt Maniac

Total posts: 193
posted March 07, 2002 10:24 PM
I just bought Reb-Co's 1 weigh scales, very simple, 2 buttons one to zero out the pads the other button changes between 2 screens, wheel weight screen and percentages screen

bogged
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 53
posted March 08, 2002 10:48 PM
I own the Reb-Co scales as well. Once I unattached the control box from the plastic case they are alot easier to use (personal complaint).

Greggie
Dirt Full Roller

Total posts: 66
posted March 08, 2002 10:56 PM
I bought the 1-weigh scales, too. I got them from Speedway because they were throwing in the case for the pads for free. I've had no problems with them, but I can see where a person would not want the plastic case attached to the control box. If my name were Roger Ebert I would have to give them a "thumbs up".


Greggie

racerwilson
Dirt Roller

Total posts: 21
posted March 09, 2002 06:43 AM
Check out quatum race proucts. They built reb-co scales for years until longacer bought reb-co. WWW.BEHRENTS.COM
Top quality scale systems at a good cost.


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