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Old 07-17-2003, 03:15 PM   #1
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Hey im looking for some new rear tires for my RC10GT, and im looking at the Proline DirtHawgs. I was just wondering if there is anything better for the rear tires or if those are pretty good themselves. I wont be racing with them.. just bashing around in grass and some dirt, so they dont have to be perfect just better then the stock tires. Also any suggestions for front tires as I may look into a new pair of those too would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advanced for any input.
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If you run your truck on the street or cement i would recommend the proline dirthawgs. If you run your car on dirt i would recommend the proline bow ties. On my truck i use the dirt hawg because i run my truck on and off road. Mostly on.
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Old 07-24-2003, 09:47 PM   #3
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Dirt Hawgs should be good for bashing, they definately last longer than other tires...
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I use dirt hawgs on my RC10GT and they work great for on and off road when im bashing. Probably the best versatile tires for a truck. But if you were only gonna drive on one surface get the tires best for that.

I also use dirt hawgs for the front because the ribs or any other tire isn't the same diameter as the dirt hawgs. Dirt Hawgs are a little bigger i think.

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If u are going to be racing or bashing on the dirt get some step pins for the front and the back. I use them on my rc10gt and they are awsome. The front doesn't push anymore and the back really hooks up. But if u are going to be running on the road more than the dirt then get the dirt hawgs.
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