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Old 08-28-2011, 06:53 AM   #1
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Anyone tried these? Says they are good on hardpack, searched but found no info.
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Anyone tried these? Says they are good on hardpack, searched but found no info.
A little catchy on side bite but they have massive forward bite.
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Worth getting and trying then? I wanted City Blocks but they are sold out everywhere now it seems. Found a good deal on these, and I need to replace my rtr's tires bad.
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Yes they are worth trying. If you are wanting a city block type tire then try losi green digits. very safe tire. I run these allot.
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Well my local track is hardpack with loose stuff off line, would the reptile be a suitable choice? All I know is the 8ight rtr's tires don't really hook up so good.
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Yes they should be good. A lot better than the rtr tires.
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Thanks for the help!
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