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Old 01-22-2009, 06:47 PM   #1
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Default Panther Tires Alignment

I'm mounting some Switches tonight and I need a definitive answer about where the line around the tire goes. I'll be running these indoors on a very tight, packed clay track with virtually zero ruts. Does the line go on the inside or the outside? Bonus points for why.
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I have always mounted the line to the outside,
Why? well i assume it is for the same reason that front tires for gas trucks have multiple grooves, when turning it will be consistant around the corner !
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