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Old 07-12-2004, 11:47 PM   #1
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Default fast tire dish wheel

I know the rubber is a GRP mount, but I was wondering about the dish wheel they have. I prefer dish wheels to spokes (less breaking) but some peoples dish wheels are so soft they flex too much. Is there anyone out there with some experience with these. I have been running Treadz with great success, but the wheels while stiff and durable, wobble too much for me. Also the mounting of the donuts is not that consistantly straight. I know these are done by Jaco, but I have been disappointed in the wheel and the mounting.

Also, does anyone know much about twister..... The wheel and the rubber?
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Old 07-13-2004, 06:40 AM   #2
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Default Twister tire

I'm running Twister tires and like them alot. They have two types of rim (spoke and dish). Both are very strong and the rubber is great. There's a dicussion on here atNew Foam Tires On The Market!
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