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    RC Qualifier mdschmidt90's Avatar
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    Slash 4x4 on street rage tires running in dirt

    Hey everyone,
    Been a awhile since I've been on here, here is a picture of my rally 4x4 converted into a slash. I love race cars and rally cars. The idea of a 1/10 rally car IS GREAT but honestly my slash 4x4 does the best ralling around which is why I wanted to bring up the fact that my proline street rage tires did remarkably well in the dirt. It's good street tire and an excellent tire in good hard pack/semi loose terrain. Took my slash over to a bike park about a half hour from my house and ran a full pack through it. Had a good time but wish I had someone filming to share the moment haha. Cheers everyone.


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    RC Turnbuckle Jr.
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    my slicks actually do quite well, even in grass and dirt.....

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. El Sob's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by mdschmidt90 View Post
    Hey everyone,
    Been a awhile since I've been on here, here is a picture of my rally 4x4 converted into a slash. I love race cars and rally cars. The idea of a 1/10 rally car IS GREAT but honestly my slash 4x4 does the best ralling around which is why I wanted to bring up the fact that my proline street rage tires did remarkably well in the dirt. It's good street tire and an excellent tire in good hard pack/semi loose terrain. Took my slash over to a bike park about a half hour from my house and ran a full pack through it. Had a good time but wish I had someone filming to share the moment haha. Cheers everyone.


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    To be honest with you, I prefer those tires in dirt than on pavement. They will have a much longer life on dirt.
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