Tires

Discussion in 'RC Onroad Forum' started by danny_holtermann, Feb 12, 2004.

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  1. Nitram68

    Nitram68 Member

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    Danny,I don't know where you are but I believe there is a hobbytown in Fon Du Lac WI. Can't help with anything else other than to say that you could try a search engine for WI.hobbyshops. Please don't try this spelling I'm just giving you an idea. Have fun race hard!
  2. coolboxerman

    coolboxerman New Member

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    nope, nothing to the pvc. Let me find that video for ya'll.
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    coolboxerman New Member

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  4. Dean Guilberry

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    What kind of car do you have? I can make custom tires/rims sets with super firm foam tires. we make some hard foam (feels like hard rubber) tire/rim combos for various vehicles for practice and engine break ins. Mostly for Picco Integra and Serpent cars but if you can send me the rims I can build up custom rubber for them from real soft to extremely hard for any car. I can provide the rims but if you have an old pair of rims I can use them.
    if interested go to www.rcware.com and email a request.
  5. mastmec

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    Here are the part numbers for good drifting tires.
    Part# ZR-DR01 (List Price $12.00/pr.)
    Yokomo Drift tires and rings

    Part# ZR-DRP (List Price $4.00/8pcs.)
    Yokomo Drift rings (8 rings included)
  6. timrock

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    who does he give these,so called part #s to?
  7. timrock

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    i think Dean Guilberry is a lagitimate poster and see that mastmec is a sophistical poster.
  8. mastmec

    mastmec Member

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    How long did it take you to look through the dictionary to find that word?
    And I was giving the numbers to Danny who is looking for drift tires, or do you not even read what people want, just come in here to argue?
  9. danny_holtermann

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    Thanks for the numbers
  10. rockn82

    rockn82 Marx Brother

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    OK I know this is off-road but oh well. Has anyone out there seen bigger tires for 2.2 rims than the proline masher 2K's? I have been looking for a while and have seen anything so I am just wondering.
  11. Nitram68

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    Hey Rock,this is the "on road" side. OOPS HUH! Gotcha.:D
  12. danny_holtermann

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    you look like a homeless guy looks, Pro line has plenty of them, so does traxxas. I don't mean your looks look like a homeless guy but how you look for something, Don't want to put any one down about how they look when IO have'nt seen them
  13. Nitram68

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    Danny- I'm don't mean to pick on you but,that post seemed to be a little cryptic with all the "looks" you used. I had to read it a couple of times. I believe when Rock reads my post he'll realize his error. Have fun and take it easy!:)
  14. rockn82

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    There was no error in my post... I want bigger diameter tires than the pro-line masher 2000's. I dont want bigger rims. Just want to use the 2.2" rims that i already have and get a little more gound clearance. What the heck are you bashing about my post? And how in the heck is that meant to "not put anybody down"? Oh and why dont you go ahead and let me know what tires that pro-line makes that are bigger. Traxxas too, Since that was my question. And not how do I look to look at looking.
  15. Nitram68

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    Rock-Just to make my reply a little clearer,all I was saying was that you typed "I know this is off road but-" and I was just pointing out that this is the onroad side. No disrespect meant from me!
  16. danny_holtermann

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    Ya go and make a new poll about that on the off road forum
  17. rockn82

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    Yeah so, Thanks for an answer....

    Oh by the way if you haven't realized how many people post the off-road questions in the on-road forum and vice-versa I really dont think that it matters where posts go. And that was the reason I just decided to post in a topic that was already created and ever so conviently called "TIRES". So about those tires from Pro-Line or Traxxas? Which ones are they? Oh and Thanks.
  18. rockn82

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    OK well, I found some tires today. They are called Claw Dawgs from a company called IMEX.

    www.imexrc.com
  19. rockn82

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    Another Question is... Does anybody have any experience with and of their tires. What compound are they made of? Good Tires?
  20. danny_holtermann

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    For rock crawling use soft compund, and if there hard compuond, let them sit in w-d 40 for a night, that will make them soft
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