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Author Topic:   Digital scales- Which one to buy?
udecide66
Member
posted January 06, 2004 11:46 AM
I have a set of Rebcos that I paid $1100 for 4 years ago. They have a 5 year warranty. No problems ever. Since then, Longacre has bought out Rebco although they still carry both product lines.


dirtrace
unregistered
posted January 06, 2004 05:45 PM           
I have longacre 7563s they have cgh calculation,10 memory spots etc.
mine display total and all percents all the time. I half owned some that were cheaper and you had to switch from ls, to rear etc. these are deffinitely much better and worth it. I got them used.
mine are the 18-2000 dollar longacres.

I would like the new wireless ones myself about 3000 I think.

go to longacres website sometimes they have used and last year they had my scales for sale for 1800 with a cart.. the carts are nice but not worth the 375 or so.

rocket36
Member
posted January 06, 2004 11:38 PM
we have a set of intercomp SWI scales. one of the best things i ever purchased for my racing. the only thing that i would look into, for no other reason than convenience, is a set of remote (cordless) scales. i don't know who makes them or how expensive they are, but it would be worth finding out about.


speedyd1
Member
posted January 07, 2004 07:15 AM
I bought a set of the more affordable 1weigh Rebco scales from Speedway awhile ago. Color coded cables, with all the percentages I need. They had free shipping at the time and came with FREE pad storage cases. They work great, and because of the storage cases still look like new.


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