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Old 03-20-2009, 10:25 AM   #16
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Whats compounds are the new prolines going to come in?
I really like my JC Gold bar codes(similar tread to the suburbs)
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As in free? I'm interested
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As in free? I'm interested
not quite
$15 a set plus shipping ( unless somebody wants to offer more for something that is tough to get right now )

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Old 03-20-2009, 12:53 PM   #20
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What about the R3s? Are R3 compounds going out of style (production)? If so, where does the the R3 compound fit compared to the M2 and M3?
I don't see any R compount tires on the website anymore. When it was there it was marketed as a specific forumation to address durability issues on hard-packed blue groove tracks. Soft as an M3 but supposed to last longer. I could never really find any more info beyond that, nothing specifically stating where on a continuum for both durability and traction it fit with respect to the M2 and M3 compounds...other than that information implying R3>M3 for durability. But I don't know where it stacked up agianst M2. I've heard people say it is actually less durable than M3 though, along the lines of what OTE said.
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Thanks for the info on the "2.0" confusion with the Panthers. I didn't think anyone was making 2.0" tires since the mid 90s.

I really like their tread patterns and it seems to be worth exploring, but why don't they offer same patterns for the front as the rears for the 4wd?

I really would like to try the Raptors, but I want the Raptors for the rears since I'm running 4wd...

i have raptors for 4 wheel fronts in soft and super soft so i know they make them
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Rear buggy raptors are part #T756
Thanks CCristo... I goofed and didn't see the rears towards the bottom of the page... Also didn't even see the "next" button. I am a grade A moron...
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