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Old 02-10-2015, 08:24 PM   #8206
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Hey Paul, any chance we could get some stadium truck rips or equivalent small rib tire? Nothing else available right now except Panther. Thanks!
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Old 02-10-2015, 08:30 PM   #8207
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Finnisher for D413?
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Old 02-11-2015, 05:49 AM   #8208
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Hey Paul, any chance we could get some stadium truck rips or equivalent small rib tire? Nothing else available right now except Panther. Thanks!
Noting right now, but let's see how strong the truck class becomes once the T5 and 22T 2.0 are released. I'm thinking the class will have a major resurgence

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Just wanted to say kudos to JC for stepping up and now including the closed cell Dirt-Tech foams with the new 60mm tires... essentially for the same price too!

My wallet thanks you, as ~$50 (before tax) for a set of 1/10 buggy tires, CC foams, and wheels... was getting a bit out of hand for us 'normal' budgeted hobbyists.

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Is any JC body fit Tamiya TRF201XWM??
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anyone recommend the best front and rear tire combo for an indoor clay track. Particularly OCRC in Huntington Beach and Nor-Cal Hobbies in San Jose.
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Old 02-11-2015, 12:11 PM   #8212
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Is any JC body fit Tamiya TRF201XWM??
Anything that fits the RB6 should work just fine
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anyone recommend the best front and rear tire combo for an indoor clay track. Particularly OCRC in Huntington Beach and Nor-Cal Hobbies in San Jose.
Gold dirt webs are easily the best tire at OCRC. I also made the drive to Nor-Cal last week and Gold dirt webs were awesome there too. I used the Dirt-Tech foams front and rear as well.
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Paul , the hazard in slash 4x4/blitz offset shows unavailable on towers site. Are they coming back? That's what the Kyosho sc uses.
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Any plan for 2.2 Dirt webs w/ cc foams?
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I'm assuming JConcepts will be in attendance next week at Motorama in PA. Can you guys please bring with you a few sets of green and blue compound Dirt Webs for Stadium Truck?
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Noting right now, but let's see how strong the truck class becomes once the T5 and 22T 2.0 are released. I'm thinking the class will have a major resurgence
Around here it sure has picked up, went from 3-4 trucks every other week to 9-10 every ween with both mod and stock showing up regularly. Track has several T5M's sold already!
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Gold dirt webs are easily the best tire at OCRC. I also made the drive to Nor-Cal last week and Gold dirt webs were awesome there too. I used the Dirt-Tech foams front and rear as well.
Dirt webs come with the good foams, yeah? Also, how much wider are the 60mm front buggy tires over "normal" buggy tires?
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Anyone running Carvers on their SCT? I am pretty much done with them indoors, does anyone use them outdoors? Just trying to figure out if there is a reason to keep them.
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