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Old 01-05-2009, 02:17 PM   #1
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I've just got some of these for the rear wheels on my B4 and WOW what a difference! I use it on-road and they had so much grip even when it's freezing out.
It's only got a 17x2 reedy motor and it's cracking 32mph :O Quite good considering the temperature and what it's got to work with :P
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Yeah they are great for concrete neighborhood bashing.

I used to use a set of the ancestors to the Dirt Hawgs, the Road Hawgs (I think it's still being made, not sure).

They'll even work on a very hard-packed dirt surface. Just be careful of tall grasses that ends up in your drive-train!
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Yeah they are great for concrete neighborhood bashing.

I used to use a set of the ancestors to the Dirt Hawgs, the Road Hawgs (I think it's still being made, not sure).

They'll even work on a very hard-packed dirt surface. Just be careful of tall grasses that ends up in your drive-train!
Haha yeah im keeping away from the wet grass at the moment
Sorry one question, is it worth getting them for the front? It's an extra 15 to spend and i wasn't sure whether they were that nessacery seeing as the steering is ok already for what im using it for.
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Don't bother with them for the fronts, they are very tall. The ribbed tires that come with the kit won't wear out that quick.
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