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Old 12-30-2009, 09:58 PM   #1
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Hi, may I know this tire " http://werksracing.com/product.do?sku=WRX7020R200 " can work running on very loose and dusty track? What direction I should run if can? Thanks.
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Hi, may I know this tire " http://werksracing.com/product.do?sku=WRX7020R200 " can work running on very loose and dusty track? What direction I should run if can? Thanks.
Looks good really, just make sure you glue them up properly. Do not rush when installing them.

If not, you can use VP Pro's Striker, Bow Ties or Panther's Komodo
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Looks good really, just make sure you glue them up properly. Do not rush when installing them.

If not, you can use VP Pro's Striker, Bow Ties or Panther's Komodo
No plan to get new tire. This is left over set which I keep. But it was a directional tire, don't know which direction is for loose soil track. Will bring 2 set of tires to try up. Thanks.
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Any other advice? Good enough for loose track like what cheapskate.brok said?
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I have a set of the w tires, they work good on a loose dusty track. Put them on some AKA rims and foams and they will work great. I use the AKA cityblocks in soft for that job though, premounts.....
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Great to hear positive answer again. Thanks all.
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