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Old 01-15-2014, 05:32 AM
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I also run 2k, start from there.
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Old 01-15-2014, 08:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Walkman View Post
You can use it but 50k is way to thick the buggy will push like a freight train. I run 2k I would start with 5k if I were you.
Ohh i see... Thanks for the advice, I will get some 2k to try it...

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I got a parts/ tires lot! http://www.rctech.net/forum/r-c-item...er-mounts.html
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Old 01-15-2014, 06:24 PM
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What Are Some Good Carpet Tires For The DEX210 Or The DESC210
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What Are Some Good Carpet Tires For The DEX210 Or The DESC210
dboots! I also like the proline wedge front for the DEX210
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dboots! I also like the proline wedge front for the DEX210
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schumacher yellow mini pins work like a charm on carpet.
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Originally Posted by RCNYWOLFTEAM View Post
What Are Some Good Carpet Tires For The DEX210 Or The DESC210
Fronts: dboots nanobytes in A compound, Schumacher low profile cut stagers in Yellow compound
Rear: Schumacher min pins in yellow compound. That's the best rear for carpet period. dboots nanobytes in A compound are good to but the min pins are the best!
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Is there any durable tire out there for a basher? The rear ones that came with the car lasted less than the battery lol, they are still usable but for no too long, I play on asphalt or in a rough dirt, I guess the tires weren't too good...
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Originally Posted by lovethebuggy View Post
Is there any durable tire out there for a basher? The rear ones that came with the car lasted less than the battery lol, they are still usable but for no too long, I play on asphalt or in a rough dirt, I guess the tires weren't too good...
You run any tire for a buggy on asphalt and it will not last at all they are not made for that. If your going to run on asphalt find the hardest compound you can and that still won't last to long. If your running on abrasive dirt use Jconcepts orange or another company's equivalent. As for tread that depends on the dirt, loose , hard packed? If it's loose look at something with a lot of tread depth with pins and lugs.
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Originally Posted by Walkman View Post
You run any tire for a buggy on asphalt and it will not last at all they are not made for that. If your going to run on asphalt find the hardest compound you can and that still won't last to long. If your running on abrasive dirt use Jconcepts orange or another company's equivalent. As for tread that depends on the dirt, loose , hard packed? If it's loose look at something with a lot of tread depth with pins and lugs.
Would the pro line dirt hawg be a good choice?? It is very rough abrasive and loose dirt...
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It's a good all around bashing tire.
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Does anyone here actually have the new gear case? I'd like to know the distance between the new camber link locations as measured from each other right to left. I know what I hope they are but I want to see if it matches reality. If not I'll just make my own plate and cut off the originals.
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Originally Posted by fredswain View Post
Does anyone here actually have the new gear case? I'd like to know the distance between the new camber link locations as measured from each other right to left. I know what I hope they are but I want to see if it matches reality. If not I'll just make my own plate and cut off the originals.
I'll get mine on tuesday or wednesday, then i can measure it for you!

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Hey guys...just finished rebuilding my buggy i just got...I have an 8.5 turn in it..what is a good starting point for a pinion..it has the 87t spur...i have a 25 in it now...am i in the range or do i want to go higher/lower?
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