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Old 06-28-2006, 04:35 PM
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what are some of the best rims and tires that you can use on the evader.
Old 06-28-2006, 05:09 PM
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i believe you can use any 2.2 wheels.
Old 06-28-2006, 05:39 PM
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A lot of people really rcommend the Dirt Hawgs. Ty has them too. Also, Also, masher's look big and tough. I don't know what u really like, but the proline velocity rims look great and are easier to use than the stock dish.
http://www2.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...?&I=LXDW24&P=0
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go pro-line agitors or rpm 6 spke, they are both strong and light weight and look great, and the best bashing tires are pro-line moabs or mashers, i prefer moabs, for racing use bowtie
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i use pro-line gladiators on the rear, and blades on the front.

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thanks Alex. i think i'll do the gladiator, blade combo i'll switch of between the gladiators and my moabs for the rear tires but once my front tires were out or i do something to totally destroy them i'll wait to buy blades.
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They look like they have great traction but how fast do th gladiators go out? Are they more durable than the stock bowties? They look like they have great traction
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the tread of the gladiators don't look to different from bowtie's so the traction should be about the same as bowties
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They look like they have great traction but how fast do th gladiators go out? Are they more durable than the stock bowties? They look like they have great traction
glads are great, i also have speed hawgs, but when i go to street, sometimes i feel lazy and dont change my tires, and use glads, believe me they are practically new, awesome tires.
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btw, i have a friend that has moabs on his pede, those tires are great too.
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I know they have great traction, I said that in my post, but how durable are they? Will they go out after 1 quart like the bowties? He has moabs, sand-paws, and the stock bowties.
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they are really durable, mine are like new.
Old 06-28-2006, 10:15 PM
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I know they have great traction, I said that in my post, but how durable are they? Will they go out after 1 quart like the bowties? He has moabs, sand-paws, and the stock bowties.
No not at all. Look at the bowties and moabs. Look at the difference. Do you think it will wear that fast?
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I have a yes and a no. They look wider than the bowties, so they look a little stronger, but they are still small pins. In hard pack, how long do they last? How much gas do you have on your tires alex7?
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R. Step Pin , F. Edge works well for me

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