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Old 01-08-2011, 08:31 PM   #1
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I know this event is many weeks away.Just wondering if anyone knows what would be the best tires to buy for buggy and truggy for this event.I am on a bit of a tire budget and would like to keep it down to at least 2 types of tires for each vehicle.
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Calibers and city blocks is what i used on truggy last year.. in M3 and soft.. worked pretty well... prefer the city blocks...
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gridirons soft on both truggy and buggy.
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+1 on grids or city blocks. I ran soft last year instead of super soft.
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+1 on grids or city blocks. I ran soft last year instead of super soft.
im 99.9% sure that soft or super soft Impacts will be the best tire!
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