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  1. #1
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    Getting your money's worth!!

    I think these foams are done, what do you think? I have relentlessly beaten them for about 4 packs, all drifting and spinning on 2s brushless.

    A couple of after run photos and a quick clean and new set of contact foams ready for tomorrow.

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    I would say you got your moneys worth for sure. I bet it drifted pretty good once they were down to the wheel
    Rusty 2.5R,T-max 2.5 & 3.3,Summit VXL Nitro 4-tec

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    That's the way to run them! LOL

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    It's just such a good controllable platform the 2.0, my son takes his crawler and drives the length of the car park while I "ken block" around him, of all my car's this is my firm favourite.

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    So I just ordered the GT 4tec 2.0. I've driven monster trucks and crawlers for 15+ years now, but this is my first on car. I am unfamiliar with foams. Do you have to get new rims every time you get a new set of foams?

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    Quote Originally Posted by . . . . . . . . . . View Post
    So I just ordered the GT 4tec 2.0. I've driven monster trucks and crawlers for 15+ years now, but this is my first on car. I am unfamiliar with foams. Do you have to get new rims every time you get a new set of foams?

    Yes. And you don't "need" foams, but they do help.

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    That's awesome. See if they will prorate the new tires/wheels because you have ssssome tread left!
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    Looks like your doing it right!


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    Anyone having their foams wearing down visibly faster in the rear then the front?

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    Yes,to much side sliding. Try to rotate if tires are the same size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Forrest View Post
    Yes,to much side sliding. Try to rotate if tires are the same size.
    Don't they rotate while it's driving?

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