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Old 12-17-2009, 10:01 PM  
Jaz240
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Originally Posted by bigmatt View Post
you can take a hard compound tire and use the reino's it makes the tire more pliable. Instead of the nubs being stiff and unflexable it makes them more forgiving for traction. I am a dealer for reino's marinade. It comes in a combo pack. first the marinade that you apply to your tire with a tooth brush then put in a 1 gallon freezer bag or compatible for 24 hours. then the spray for at the track. that you apply 10-15 min. before your heat. I was skeptical about this at first,but after applying to some used[about60% left] crime fighters the tires came back to life. instead of sliding around the track they were actually gripping,and not for 5-10 minutes. I still use them for practice. now i use it on all my tires. the car really grips the tracks well. I have used it on all surface types. It is 20.00 shipped lower 48 only.

If I can get the wear ability of a medium compound with the traction of a soft it might be worth a shot
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