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SID
Member
posted March 20, 2000 12:45 PM
Yes, I do, I have been talking to a guy about doing a website for him for some of those give me a day and I will see what I can do about getting you a contact for them.


Subbey27
Member
posted March 20, 2000 02:37 PM
I bought a set from a guy in Utah that advertises in the back pages of Circlr Track Magazine. I've been happy with them. I will see if I can find the phone number.


jammin
Administrator
posted March 23, 2000 08:22 AM
SID, you can now order through me if you would like. I have set it up where we will be selling these scales. Let me know, and I will give you the information for the product. The scales can be sent COD. Just email us on the HRS Applications contact below and send us the information and we will get a set to you. Or if you want to pay by credit card, just give us a call at 5017593091. There is a website for these at www.hrsapplications.com/scalesell.htm. You can order via credit card if you call us, or you can order COD if you have a business account. Hope this helps.

Thanks
Jammin

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bbracer17
Member
posted March 23, 2000 10:04 PM
Is there anybody out there that can tell me how to maintain the flexi-flyer scales. I had a set given to me and I want to go through them and make sure they are as accurate as possible. E-mail me at bbracer17@aol.com if you can help me.


Subbey27
Member
posted March 24, 2000 06:56 AM
These are the scales I bought last year. I have been happy with the way they work. The only minor complaint is that the wheel pad is a little small.


4b316
Member
posted March 24, 2000 06:43 PM
Jammin,how accurate are these scales?I've tried several different manufactors and have yet to find a set closer then 10 or 15 lbs.


MelFer
Member
posted April 05, 2000 04:51 PM
Sid find four old Grain scales these work great and you can get them for around 50.00 a unit.


jammin
Administrator
posted April 05, 2000 05:27 PM
Thats about where I have seen them run to. I averaged about 8 lbs. But when I do multiple scales while on the same setup, it was very close, usually within 4 lbs. Sorry took so long to get back to you guys.


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