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Old 02-23-2014, 05:48 PM   #21
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Default Deuce's Wild - Single Stage Closed Cell for the Pit Bull 1.9 Rock Beast

They def fill the tire! Running them in treps, should I give em a try this way before cutting? Feel pretty stiff to me...quality is excellent

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Old 02-27-2014, 10:02 AM   #22
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Bought my set this morning. Should be a great way to bring some life back into my old Pits for a new build
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Old 03-13-2014, 12:55 PM   #23
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Question about the Deuce's Wild 1.9 Single Stage Closed Cell Foam. I have RC4WD Rok Lox and wonder which ones to order? Do I get the ones meant for Pit bull Rock beasts? They seem to be closest in size? Rock Beast are 4.45" O.D. and the Rok Lox's are 4.5" O.D. I am using Gear Head 1.9 Trail King EZ-Loc Wheels.

Any info would be cool. Thanks in advance
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Old 03-13-2014, 04:22 PM   #24
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Just ordered two pairs, hope these cure my terrible sidehilling and downhill turning!
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Well put these back in my rig last night for some crawling tonight.. I ran them for a few runs and my rig at the time was just way to light (6.5 lbs vs the 10lbs now ) so I wasn't happy. But I'm giving them a shot now that I got more weight, got some lines I've struggled with in the past that I'm going to try out.
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Well, they work great!! All the weight made a night and day difference from when I ran them last time! Walked lines I'd struggled with in the past and still had some areas that I had too work but there was more water than normal this run so it made things nice and slick!
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Old 05-06-2014, 01:11 PM   #27
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Default Re: Deuce's Wild - Single Stage Closed Cell for the Pit Bull 1.9 Rock Beast

I have the Axial Ripsaw 1.9 tires and ordered the "C.I.'s Deuce's Wild 1.9 Single Stage Closed Cell Foam is specifically designed and shaped for the 1.9 Tires 4.25" - 4.19" Tall."

Are these going to be too small? Maybe I should have ordered the Lil' Nova 1.9 Dual Stage 4.50T Foams instead.
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