A bit of help

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A bit of help

Postby brady » Wed Jun 28, 2017 12:56 pm

Hello Gents.I want to buy a chassis jig and wheels.The site I am trying to order from is a efin mystery to me.Can anybody tell me of a site where I might be able to get this gear.Thanks Brad.

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Re: A bit of help

Postby stoo23 » Wed Jun 28, 2017 1:58 pm

The site I am trying to order from is a efin mystery to me

:D :lol:

How Eloquently put Brad,.. :lol: although am slightly unsure just what you mean,.. Which 'Site' were/are you referring to?

IF by chance you are referring to R-Geo?, I'd just try contacting him Directly.

You can send him a "PM" via SlotBlog, as you could also with Mike Swiss.


Precision Slot Cars;

The "BackTrack" units can be purchased from either Roger at "Mid-America Raceway", or Mike Swiss at "Chicagoland Raceway"

I have purchased stuff from Rick at R-Geo previously and also from Roger at Mid-America and Both were helpful and friendly etc, Fox has ordered stuff from Mike Swiss, so he may be able to help in the best method to order from him.

There is ofcourse also both;



Hope that helps,.. :)


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Re: A bit of help

Postby Mark Fox » Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:06 pm

Hi Brad

I started to reply to this and it got lost in the ether - I have used the last two links Stoo posted and they were good.

BTW I just use sleeved cheapo 1/8 Spurs for the jig wheels - they work a treat.


P.S. This site also looks ok although I have not used it

http://www.hobbiesplus.co.nz/index.php? ... d224f1e6dd
Regards - Mark 8-)

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Re: A bit of help

Postby SlotBaker » Wed Jun 28, 2017 2:17 pm

Brad, the Rgeo jig is hard to beat for the price, and you can get away without the need for jig wheels, by using the adjusting screws under the axle. Bit of a fiddle to set up, but easy enough to do, and I have used bluetak to hold the screw to help stop them from turning. Could also use a lock-nut.

But if you feel that jig wheels are the way to go, then Mark's suggestion of re-purposing spur gears works well too. I've got a few gears that I've turned/ground down to the required dia.
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Re: A bit of help

Postby brady » Thu Jun 29, 2017 10:22 am

Thanks very much guys.Let me just say Stoo I went to an ebay store expecting to find these products only to find half a dozen useless things there.Thanks Brad.

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Re: A bit of help

Postby dtslot » Thu Jun 29, 2017 11:36 am

Hi Brad, I use PCH ,,,E-slotcar for ever thing,,,,they have lots to choose from and good pics,,,,,also been very reliable with postage,,,,,usually never takes more than 7-9 days using the basic postal option
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Re: A bit of help

Postby brady » Fri Jun 30, 2017 12:14 am

Thanks Darryl.PCH had some nice looking jigs but most were uavailable.Thanks for the tip though.Regards Brad.