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Old 07-23-2003, 10:30 PM   #16
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hehe, scotty's a rookie.
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Old 07-23-2003, 10:39 PM   #17
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Yokomo 0512 wheels.
i take it you got the job of gluing these tires?

what happened to the sorex wheels?
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Sorex rims are very stiff, being stiff they can also be broken easier than other rims. Going with the softer yok rim should be "safer" for the average racer.
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I think Billy thought the Sorex wheels might be a little stiff for some racers. And yes, I am the person gluing them.
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I think Billy thought the Sorex wheels might be a little stiff for some racers. And yes, I am the person gluing them.
you might corner the market doing premounts for Sorex

btw, just dont glue your finger to the rim, i have some takeoff premounts that have someones fingerprints still attached.
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I don't think he'll have any fingerprints left after gluing all the tires LOL
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no kidding huh
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.50 per tire is pretty good


just dont use the elmers glue.
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My pre-mounts better be perfect....LOL
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I heard Hara will be attending to defend his title...
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So what 19 turn motor will be legal for the 2003 norrca sedan world cup . will we be able to run the arcor,arcoritine,epic quad magnets 19 or the reedy quad magnets 19 turn.
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Any norrca approved motor. If any of those motors get approved then we should be able to run them.
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I heard Hara will be attending to defend his title...
RcZ, you planning to attending?

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Anyone know how far is the closest private airport/airstrip there?

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Mather Field? or.....in Auburn.

Try here:

http://search.msn.com/results.aspx?s...rivate+airport
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