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Old 04-30-2003, 05:43 PM   #1
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Hey everyone, was wondering about replacement tires for the Bolink funnycar, rears, other than the the original what other brands fit? Prefer already mounted,
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Havent seen the car b4, but you can order from their site.

Heres the link to the tire and wheel sets.

http://www.bolink.com/accy4.html
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sorry

http://www.bolink.com/accy4.html
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Old 04-30-2003, 06:20 PM   #4
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Pic of car:
It eats up the stockers fast, that's why I was wondering about a different brand, Still working on the insert for the new wing,
Thanks for your reply,
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nice looking car....
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Hey thanks!!!!
Here's a pic with the old wing and a better look at the tires:
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dude! that looks awesome...is it 2wd?
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It looks as though the tires bolt on with 2 or 4 screws correct? If so then any foam tires for pan cars should be able to work for you. Look up Jaco Racing to find some tires with different compounds.
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Thanks!!!
Yeah its a solid axle, 2wd, no diff,
Correct on the 2/4 bolt, I'll check out the Jaco's,
Thanks Kraig,
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