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3/17/2015 5:33 am  #1


best all around jig?

Looking to get a jig. What would be the best one to work with a variety  of chassis.

 

3/20/2015 11:28 am  #2


Re: best all around jig?

although the jigs from Precision are great, I use the Rgeo super jig, with good results.
http://i1267.photobucket.com/albums/jj558/Ben_Kernan/320%20WIP%20slip1.jpg


Formerly of SARN
 

5/23/2015 1:27 pm  #3


Re: best all around jig?

I had the same question but the jig in the photo doesn't look long enough to accommodate wheelie bar wheel alignment.

Unless im wrong if the wheelie bars are crooked they will steer the rear end when they touch and push the tires out of line messing up tire grip.

 

5/23/2015 2:58 pm  #4


Re: best all around jig?

Try a Lucky Bobs drag jig available from your track. They're around $40.00.

  DVan


"Where legends are made and records are broken".
 

5/31/2015 4:05 pm  #5


Re: best all around jig?

Yes the Rgeo jig is a road course jig, but it is easy to get around this by building the main rails long & then moving the chassis around on the jig to do what is needed. I build nice rails on this jig; just takes some thought & planning...


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