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Old 12-24-2007, 08:35 PM   #16
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Someone told me that by using Buggy Grip, the foam inserts detoriate quickly. I dont know what truth it is, But I say ... if so, so what. At least It gives me a chance to win the race. What do you guys think?
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Old 12-24-2007, 09:04 PM   #17
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My experience with Trinity`s traction compounds on off-road ..


Trinity Death Grip for Rubber tires:

best on wet clay, the most grip ...dry`s slower

Trinity Foam Grip:

tad less grip as the rubber, good on dry & dusty clay , dry`s fast

Trinity Buggy Grip:

Best on blue groove & dry clay, drys real fast..
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how about RED LOCTITE
I have found that too much red loctite is not a good thing.
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Buggy Grip - On and Off-Road

Paragon or Jack the Gripper for foam
You mean Jack the Slipper!!!
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I use a combination of Miracle Whip, Got-2-be-glued hair gel, and slightly warmed Astroglide. Experiment with how much of each. Good Luck
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Someone told me that by using Buggy Grip, the foam inserts detoriate quickly. I dont know what truth it is, But I say ... if so, so what. At least It gives me a chance to win the race. What do you guys think?
the foam deteriorates? any way's
the foam in todays tires sucks.
or we have way more HP than in the old days
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You mean Jack the Slipper!!!
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