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Old 07-08-2010, 11:52 AM   #1
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Got a lot of buggy tires. And had a set of these in the lot. They have no markings. Would like to ID them in case they turn out to be a good set. Thanks in advance.


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they look pretty sweet... but never seen anything like it.
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http://www.dynamiterc.com/Products/D...ProdID=DYN7980


BAM!!

used to be a sportwerks tire from about 2-3 years ago
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That tire looks like it's one of the old Sportwerks or new Dynamite tires

Pretty much the same tires, just Sportwerks put them out first and then Dynamite/Horizon picked up the line. Don't remember what the tread was called but you should be able to find it on the web.
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WOW that was quick. Thanks a bunch guys. Now if they hook up at the track I know where to get some more lol.
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WOW that was quick. Thanks a bunch guys. Now if they hook up at the track I know where to get some more lol.
From what i've read, the tread breaks off.

http://www.amainhobbies.com/product_...Tires-Yellow-2
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yup thoes are the old sportwerks tires and the run good on hard packed clay on the back of buggies
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Pretty much the same tires, just Sportwerks put them out first and then Dynamite/Horizon picked up the line.
It's all the same company (Horizon), my friend.
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True that,

Horizon seems to have done that a few time or more. LOL.

The beads do seem to be a little weak, but one of the local racers in my area just loves them and they have held up so far. He doesn't run that hard which could be why. Pretty cheap to give a try though.
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