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Old 11-14-2003, 10:39 PM   #1
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What is the most recommended foam tire for a 1/12th pan car
1) Jaco
2)TRC
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it all depends on your track
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And driving style. And temperature. And application. And body. Did I miss anything?
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Old 11-15-2003, 12:10 AM   #4
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what i'm trying to say, is there any type of quality difference in the two companies i've listed?
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what i'm trying to say, is there any type of quality difference in the two companies i've listed?
No, not really, just different people have different opinions. You should be happy with either TRC or Jaco.
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personally I like the CRC dish wheels, I wish they made them for 1/10th
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one last thing. do you need a tire truer if you by you foams and rims seprate?
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one last thing. do you need a tire truer if you by you foams and rims seprate?
Yes, you'll need to true them after you mount them.
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i was thinking since i dont want to spend money on getting tires over this season, ill just use one set and dont true them down, now, my tires are chunking and one side of the tire is seriously out of balance cuz theres too much CA there. trying to repatch the foam!
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Silicon/shoe goo does a great job at patching chunked foams.
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