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Old 09-03-2008, 06:39 PM   #1
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i just got a ofna gpx4! its a beast!! it came with foams but soon ill need ones.

what are foams good for? and what does firm and all those mean/good for?
same thing about slicks
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um with foams they are really ment for racing, or smooth surfaces, if ur running in a parking lot then rubbers are the way to go, if running on something like a tennis court either would be fine, the rating on the tyres is a scale and the lower the number that means they are used in cold weather and on low grip, and higher number means they are used in hotter weather, and on high grip tracks, it tells you when the rubber/foam is the grippyist

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