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    Post Tires for 'Pede 4x4

    Hey Guys,

    Looking for more aggressive tires for my unit but dont want to have to change gearing or anything, just a quick swap. Any suggestions?
    Adriano C.
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    First off what surface are you driving on? If it's off road definitely Pro-Line trenchers or badlands. I have had trenchers for 2 years with 2s lipo power and they still have tons of tread left
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    Anything but asphalt/pavement. Don't want to risk flipping the thing and having it go into a million pieces, need some absorption on whatever ground I ride!

    ...Mainly taller than usual grass, dirt, mud, water, and rocks.
    Adriano C.
    Moded 'Pede 44

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    Quote Originally Posted by Corsetti93 View Post
    Anything but asphalt/pavement. Don't want to risk flipping the thing and having it go into a million pieces, need some absorption on whatever ground I ride!

    ...Mainly taller than usual grass, dirt, mud, water, and rocks.
    Can always go with trenchers, it's what I used when I first got mine.
    Or the stock brushed p4de tires do good as well.

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    Super swampers are good too.
    Chances make champions!

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    I upgraded to Trenchers. Just a little taller. You could prolly run the same gearing unless you like to tinker and fine tune.

    The Talon tires are so slick as to be almost useless off road. They will be used to mount my tire chains this fall for playing in the snow though.

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