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Old 11-17-2012, 07:49 PM   #1
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which way should these be mounted or ran in forward...
pretend it's a real car and say driver side or passenger side.

I'm thinking this should be ran on the driver side as it sits.

they're some cheap tire that the hobby shop had in a bargain bin for $6. I figured they'd be perfect for bashing with at that price.

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i would run that on the drivers side also.
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Ahhh....proline dirty Harrys.....mount them all facing forward like you have in the pic....there actually awesome tires for racing....run them forward on a softer track to dig into the dirt more, and run them reversed for a harder packed track....IMO there one of the tread designs that proline should have kept around due to their versatility on any surface
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Drivers side.

Good for sandy clay tracks that sweat sand and the RD forgot to bring a leaf blower to blow the sand away.
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tried it out on some hard and soft stuff today. they work really well. I might go buy all the rest of them lol
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