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Old 10-25-2008, 06:35 PM   #1
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Default New to 4wd elec. buggy

Gonna be running 4wd buggy soon. Was wondering what kinds of tires are good for outdoor carpet. And I see some cars use sways and some don't. Should a sway bar set be on my next list of hopups? Thanks
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Gonna be running 4wd buggy soon. Was wondering what kinds of tires are good for outdoor carpet. And I see some cars use sways and some don't. Should a sway bar set be on my next list of hopups? Thanks

sway bars are a good tuning option to have.. i personally always run sway bars on my four wheel...
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