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Old 06-13-2009, 05:02 PM   #1
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If the track temp is about 135F, which would you choose, sorex 36R or 40R?
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If the track temp is about 135F, which would you choose, sorex 36R or 40R?
135f is how many celcius???

36r is below 50celcius
40r is over 50 celcius.
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135F = 57.222C
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Probably go with 36's, but it also depends on how abrasive the track is and how much grip the track gives.

We have used Sorex 32's with the track at 50degC but they are right on the limit.
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