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Re: 16.9.38 or 18.4.38?

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09-23-2013 21:24:59

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VICS ????????????????????????? Bigger is not always better.

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09-24-2013 07:28:22

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 Re: 16.9.38 or 18.4.38? in reply to 778899m, 09-23-2013 21:24:59  
Ah come on. We do have a set of new cut Firestorms 16.9 X 38. If we can make them hold air! No luck so far. Can't seem to get the tire all the way off the rim without tearing it. We do have soap like they take semi tires off with. Can't believe I could go littler and pull better. But they are a little taller and should make me go faster! Vic

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freekin A

09-25-2013 08:42:12

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 Re: 16.9.38 or 18.4.38? in reply to VicS, 09-24-2013 07:28:22  
VicS...use murphys tire mounting compound, its like a grease it works wonders on them old crappy beads

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09-24-2013 02:37:25

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 Re: 16.9.38 or 18.4.38? in reply to 778899m, 09-23-2013 21:24:59  
that is exactly correct. i have had 15.5x38s to 18.4x38s on my wd45 and it pulled the same with both so i run the 15.5.

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09-24-2013 07:02:04

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 Re: 16.9.38 or 18.4.38? in reply to jd plowboy, 09-24-2013 02:37:25  
I'd take my 16.9's over a set of 18.4's any day. They are easier on the gear ratio for 4mph classes, give a good weight to footprint ratio & they easier on the movable weight. We have a set of LSB firestones & a set of powergrip 30's BFGs that we hand cut years ago & they have been very consistent.

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