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Old 01-02-2009, 11:00 AM   #1
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I want to run my Tamiya lunchbox & Tamiya prp TLT-1 along the beach. What tires do u recommend ?

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I always had fun with these in the snow and sand

http://www.prolineracing.com//p-282-sand-paw.aspx
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Good one kufman. I'm eyeing some of that too. How about front tires ? Can these be used in the front ?

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I always had fun with these in the snow and sand

http://www.prolineracing.com//p-282-sand-paw.aspx
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Good one kufman. I'm eyeing some of that too. How about front tires ? Can these be used in the front ?



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I wouldn't use them in front unless you have a 4wd truck. I have typically used just normal tires in the front, but you could use something more like this

http://www.hpiracing.com/products/en/4457/

You could also use these in the rear, they are not quite as tall as the Sand Paws

http://www.hpiracing.com/products/en/4412/
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