CRC Auto-True 12V Ultimate Tire Truer Package

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CRC Auto-True 12V Ultimate Tire Truer Package
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The CRC Auto-True 12V Ultimate Tire Truer Package combines the CRC 12 volt truing machine, the legendary Final Cut truing bit (CLN5008), the multi-adapter for 1/12, 1/10th and TC cars (CLN5005) and the convenient tire rounding paddle with both a rough and fine sanding areas (CLN5010). Where the truer meets the foam, the Final Cut cutting bit is the BEST available. It easily slices through even the toughest racing foam, cuts clean and true, and is combined with a tire machine, great tire adapter set and corner sanding paddle, so you get the best tools for truing tires all in one package.

Features:

  • All in one foam tire truing package
  • Includes Final Cut truing bit (CLN5008), multi-adapter for 1/12, 1/10th and TC cars (CLN5005) and tire sanding paddle (CLN5010)
  • Final Cut cutting bit is the BEST available
  • Get the best tools for truing tires all in one package

This product was added to our catalog on October 12, 2020

Verified Owner
Thursday, Mar 10 2022 (7 months ago)
CRC Auto-True 12V Ultimate Tire Truer Package
This does a great job of truing your tires! I use it for 1/12 scale pan cars and it’s very accurate to get the exact diameter needed. I gave it only four stars for the following reasons.

First, my unit didn’t come with any directions. A schematic is included, but nothing to show you how to actually true your tires and use the unit. If you’re like me and this is the first time you have used a unit like this some information would be good. I will say it’s pretty intuitive, but I called CRC to make sure I was doing it right before putting a set of tires on it. Second, it’s 12 volt power and not plug in. If you’re like me and don’t have a 12 volt power supply, you have to connect it to a car battery. I called CRC to double check this wouldn’t fry the thing before hooking it up. It does make a mess, so doing it in the garage is probably not a bad thing. Both of these are not insurmountable, but are a little irritating considering how much it costs.

To sum up, this is a great unit but be prepared to figure it out on your own.