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Old 01-07-2008, 03:46 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Cylence View Post
Do yourself a favor,when your at the local HS and you see packages of Integy aluminum parts.........walk right past them.
A friend of mine has about 20ish MT's and has a pile of broken Aluminum.......all Integy.

Aluminum looks sweet but plastic bends
yeah i totally agree! integy aluminum is garbage personally i wouldnt go aluminum i would go with full rpm bcuz its got the best warranty and i have never broken a rpm part yet(and believe me i have tried) -Wes
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Old 01-07-2008, 04:03 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by steve6sucks View Post
Well, its great if you're planning on blinging up a shelf queen. Aluminum sure looks sweet, but its not so great at taking a beating (at least the Integy and GH stuff).
I know Fioroni, Racer's Edge, Kingheadz, etc. all make high-quality aluminum pieces that will survive some serious abuse. Very expensive, but you get what you pay for, IMO.
ya i second that, it looks good but doesnt take too good of a bad seeing as you pay more for the alluminum then you do for the truck, lol
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