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Old 10-17-2007, 06:53 PM   #1
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what brands are ok?
can you help suggest at least 5 brands
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Panther , Proline , Ofna , Team Losi , GRP, Werks , and Axial that I can think of .
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Old 10-17-2007, 07:25 PM   #3
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Proline and Panther are two good ones i use.
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Proline, Panther, and Losi are my TOP. the proline tires are very good but the foams are garbage.
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Werks, Proline, Panther, Losi, GRP, and from what i am told Advantage but I have not tried those yet.
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I use mostly Pro-Line (Crime Fighter, Bow Tie), GRP/RS (New Atomic, Jolly, Grip) and Medial Pro (Woops, Turbo, Vega, Easy, Pulsar) . I just got some Panther Chameleon that look good, I'll try them out this week end....

It just depends on the track and conditions, I change models, even between different brands....
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Old 10-18-2007, 02:12 AM   #7
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Wooops repeated message!!!

Any way, if you describe track and conditins, we might help you select not a brand , but a few models that might work well for you (even from different brands)...
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GRP Jolly.
GRP Atomic.
ProLine Bow Tie.
ProLine CrimeFighter.
ProLine Moab.
ProLine Knuckles 2.0

Bear in mind ProLine foams fall apart quickly, so ide advise GRP.
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does panther have tires for truggies?
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Oh ya , Panther has tires and foams for buggies , truggies , 1/10 truck and buggy , mt , and onroad .

http://www.pantherteam.com/index.php?main_page=index
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You mean theres other tires besides proline!! Just playin, proline would be my preferred choice but panther and werks would be my next choice. I have noticed that the werks tires do seem to last quite a bit longer than prolines or panthers but they currently dont have a whole lot of variety. You really cant go wrong with any of these three.
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i have run some GRP's as well and really liked them. The only downside is they are more expensive than the others. I can say that they did last quite a bit longer than the other brands.
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i like pro-line.. and use the TIE FIGHTER set up... Bow ties in the rear and crime fighters up front works well on loose track
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The new JConcepts tires are going to set the stage for 1/10th and 1/8th Off Road Racing.


They should be out next month (fingers crossed)

Keep checking out the site www.Jconcepts.net


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Cool !
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