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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-20-2009, 02:48 PM Thread Starter
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At Glamis what paddles should I buy?

Really want a molded paddle cuz they are harder to muck up than the haulers but what do you guys think? I can get some ITP v looking paddles on rockstars at KD cycle for $345 or haulers for $460 on rockstars.. My experience has been that the haulers are easy to mess up if you hit a rock or log.. This thing does good with AT's it just wont go up the big stuff, the tires just spin like butter.. They have good flotation just no hookup.. Thanks for the input!
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I am very happy with the DWT DOONZ from UTV CRAP
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ITP sandstar paddles are pretty heavy and I'd stay away from them. I run Haulers and I'm happy with them. I also haven't heard one bad thing about the DWT Doonz from UTV Crap. I think UTV Crap has 1 set of Doonz left on rattlesnakes for $570 and thats fronts, rears, and rims.

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Everyone in our group runs the Skat Traks and we ride way harder than anyone Ive ever come across and we never have issues.
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post #6 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-21-2009, 12:31 PM
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Skat-trac is the way to go. I had the itp ones and they sucked!!!!!!
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Ive never seen a molded tire that performs the same as a buffed out Scat trak. side x side drag racing will prove that in one simple race on equal powered and weighted cars.
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So which Skat trak do you suggest? Hauler? Extreme?
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So which Skat trak do you suggest? Hauler? Extreme?
I run 25x10x12 extremes and 25x10x12 smooth buffs
you will have to modify the front calipers slightly to get 12" wheels to fit but its really easy is you have a grinder

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Scats / buffs ftw

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