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Old 12-21-2010, 06:20 PM   #16
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i normaly get my tires here.............http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-items-sale-trade-16/
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what hot bodies tire and compound do you recommend if i was already running, lets say a soft cityblock tire for truggy!
megabites, pink compound with AKA grooved foams those tires didnt let me down one time this whole year racing truggy. it was my go to tire all season, BTW it was the same one, still have it and i let people use it and they go and buy one. they just dont wear... well if you mark the tire and leave the same ones of the left and the same ones on the right. if you just throw them on at random they wear WAY faster.
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Old 12-21-2010, 08:30 PM   #19
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sweepracingusa.com sells a full set of tires at good prices so does Jconcepts.net
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Old 12-21-2010, 08:57 PM   #20
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sweepracingusa.com sells a full set of tires at good prices so does Jconcepts.net
Dam Sweep may be a winner, you can get 4 tires with foam for 25.00. Which one is equivalent to IBEAM in Sweep? Oh yea, but for tires, Stormerhobbies.com is cheapest to me.
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sweepracingusa.com sells a full set of tires at good prices so does Jconcepts.net
what tread and compound JCONCEPTS tires work good out here in SO-CAL?
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Jconcepts: Double-D's, Goosebumps, Subcultures which are similar to Calibers from Proline. Green and Blue have been working good for me.
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Jconcepts: Double-D's, Goosebumps, Subcultures which are similar to Calibers from Proline. Green and Blue have been working good for me.
blue is soft and green is?....
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blue is soft and green is?....
Super soft

I have yet to try Sweep racing tires. But I'm going to order a couple sets and try them out.
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sweepracingusa.com sells a full set of tires at good prices so does Jconcepts.net
No truggy tires from sweep? Vp seems to be looking good. As well as j concepts if you have wheels and foams forsure.. but the dude from twisted-rc.com is throwing sweet deals getting rid of JC. ..I scored two full sets off him.
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Got some tires on closeout here

Will be adding more soon
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what hot bodies tire and compound do you recommend if i was already running, lets say a soft cityblock tire for truggy!
Megagrid in Red for soft and pink for super soft.
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AKA and HB are all I run, always save foams and save the wheels when possible. LHS, Amain, and vendors at the track are who I buy from, try to get everyfrom LHS and vendors at the track.

I've tried VP-Pro and had no luck with their wheels, just my experience.

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what hot bodies tire and compound do you recommend if i was already running, lets say a soft cityblock tire for truggy!
The MegaGrid looks a lot like the CityBlock and is a great tire. Can't go wrong with the MegaBite either, but it's more like a Holeshot.

Pink = SuperSoft
Red = Soft
White = Medium
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