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Old 11-18-2006, 06:19 PM   #16
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We've tried simple green to mist the tires after washing and then let em sit. Then when you're about up wipe them off with a damp rag. It makes them really sticky in a hardpack situation. I think that the WD40 is just to soften them up a little. I used to have WD-40 for a sponsor when I raced motocross and I've never seen that much WD-40 ever!!!
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