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Old 05-21-2012, 08:53 AM   #5116
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double dee tire supersoft are available? what are part number double dee tires ?
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Old 05-21-2012, 09:45 AM   #5117
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Where can I find info on how to choose the right inserts for my tracks, and or drive skill for a losi 8ight 2.0 B, I like running subcultures, and AKA's Impacts
Not sure; but we normally recommend softer inserts on bumpy and or slippery surfaces and med inserts on smoother, higher bite surfaces.


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When is a good time to use orange compound! Are track is being run dry now alittle dusty blues work but pretty much are done in two runs looking for good traction with better tire wear if possible thanks!
Orange compound is designed for high temp/high bite tracks with little or now dust. Tire wear will be high regardless of compound in those conditions, but orange might get you one more run if temps and traction are at it's highest.

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double dee tire supersoft are available? what are part number double dee tires ?
What class; 1/8th buggy, 1/10th buggy, SCT?
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1/8 buggy
The part # is 3007v2-02 and we are currently out of stock, but if you google the #, you will find several shops with them in stock.
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double dee truggy tires will fit on elevated 1/8th truck wheel standard ?
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Are DD's in the making for front 2wd buggy? And is there a Rear tire that is similar to the PL holeshots, besides the DD's?
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double dee truggy tires will fit on elevated 1/8th truck wheel standard ?
No; they are designed for the older, standard bead wheels.
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Are DD's in the making for front 2wd buggy? And is there a Rear tire that is similar to the PL holeshots, besides the DD's?
Yes....No ETA though.

We now offer the new Hybrid, but certainly it's own tire.

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Hey PW 3ds for sc any eta? They are working great on the 1/8 buggy
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Hey PW 3ds for sc any eta? They are working great on the 1/8 buggy
They are in production now, but not sure of the ETA.
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I'm running 1/10 buggy about to mount some JC tires. Should I round the edges of the open cell inserts?
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I'm running 1/10 buggy about to mount some JC tires. Should I round the edges of the open cell inserts?
I don't ever round the edges on the stock foam in the rear.
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I don't ever round the edges on the stock foam in the rear.
Thanks for the info. How is it used on the front? Rounded less agressive?
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Thanks for the info. How is it used on the front? Rounded less agressive?
We normally run a rear insert narrowed about 3/8" to 1/4" with rounded edges in the front. If you use the stock front insert, don't round the edges.
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We normally run a rear insert narrowed about 3/8" to 1/4" with rounded edges in the front. If you use the stock front insert, don't round the edges.
Thanks Paul for the advice. This is why I spend my hard earned money on JC products.
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