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Old 07-18-2008, 01:57 PM   #1
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Default Couple 1/8 buggy wheel/tire questions

Looking to purchase some Kyosho 777 wheels for my 8ight, are these the same offset as the 8ight? I'm pretty sure they'll all 17mm hubs so that shouldn't be an issue right?

Also, did some research but couldn't find a conclusive answer: Are the Bowtie M2's softer than the M3's? All I found out was that the M2's are for dry and M3's for wet, is this correct? We run on a very dusty, hard and somewhat bumpy track. Many local guys favor the Eclipse Red but I found a decent deal on set of M2's.

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M2 is a tick harder than M3, so between the two on a hard track you'd want to go with the M2. M3 would have a bit more grip but you'd grind 'em away in no time
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