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    I'm thinking of grtting these,has anyone tried

    them or seen them perform? How wide are they i wonder.

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    RE: I'm thinking of grtting these,has anyone tried

    They're great... but only on soft surfaces. They wear out fast if you drive on pavement or gravel.
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    RE: I'm thinking of grtting these,has anyone tried

    Yeah that's what i figured,i'll be using them on my lawn,like short grass flat surface 2 acres,cause the other tires they just don't dig.Do you know by chance aprox how wide they are..
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    RE: I'm thinking of grtting these,has anyone tried


    ORIGINAL: nitroholic

    Yeah that's what i figured,i'll be using them on my lawn,like short grass flat surface 2 acres,cause the other tires they just don't dig.Do you know by chance aprox how wide they are..
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    RE: I'm thinking of grtting these,has anyone tried

    I just didn't feel like emailing them.But i wound up doing it,they responded fast to.They are 2.07" wide.Thanks all my jato's gonna love em.


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