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Old 11-06-2008, 10:14 AM   #1
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bought some tires on the ebay.

they are the cyan 28mm

the box states to use them on the front, did someone have used them on the rear, if i try what sort of problem can i have.
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bought some tires on the ebay.

they are the cyan 28mm

the box states to use them on the front, did someone have used them on the rear, if i try what sort of problem can i have.
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bought some tires on the ebay.

they are the cyan 28mm

the box states to use them on the front, did someone have used them on the rear, if i try what sort of problem can i have.
The Cyan is a dual compound tire made specifically for the front-end, with a harder ring on the outside. If used on the rear the car will be unstable and prone to spinning out. They work very well on the front if the car is tending to traction roll due to the side wall of the tire deflecting.
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thanks for the help guys

what should be a great choice for the rear them?
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Like others have said the cyan has a harder outer foam. The inner foam is the same as a parma magenta. So run a parma magenta in the back and a parma cyan in the front.
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