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Old 01-26-2009, 03:27 PM   #1
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Default 2wd buggy rears rules?

Are there any rules out there that would prevent you from running 4wheeler fronts in the rear? I want to try them out in stock on high traction tracks.
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Nope. Used to do it all the time back in the day.
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At SoCal, I used to see a bunch of people running the 4wd front Holeshot on a 2wd rear wheel. On a real smooth track, it will work nicely. Much less sidewall flex.
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