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Old 01-02-2010, 12:08 PM   #16
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Favorite or best tire.............

thats easy !!!!!!!

If your sponsored or get them for cheap / free, then those are the BEST ONES
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Old 01-02-2010, 05:32 PM   #17
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Originally Posted by janderson78 View Post
Take a look at the Gator and Raptor from Panther.
+1 the Raptors are awesome and they last a long time.
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Default Proline discontinued

bowtie and crimefighters have been discontinued by proline
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Old 04-07-2010, 09:42 PM   #19
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Even before I ran for Panther I used Gators and Raptors exclusively. I love Gators and Raptors in soft compound. Between the two tires, one seems to work for every track I race on. I use Ofna LPR inserts in Medium compound with all my truggy tires.
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Old 04-07-2010, 10:07 PM   #20
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Raptors a great tire defiantly my favorite but the people at Panther are kinda hard to deal with.Great tire though.
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Best all around tire for me is the caliber. But if the track is blue grooved or nive and hard packed then it's gridiron time.
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Originally Posted by major3d View Post
bowtie and crimefighters have been discontinued by proline
Looks like they've pulled all of the LPR Truggy tires off the website....unless ROAR decides to allow the VTR at sanctioned events, ProLine sponsored drivers may have some problems.
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Callibers on hot dry blue groove - only good for 3 heats then worn out but HOOKED UP.
Ibeams on loose wet -clean out good and also have good hook up.
Sometimes mix City blocks with Callibers in the middle gound with the City Blocks in the front and Callibers in the rear.
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