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Old 09-26-2007, 10:31 AM   #1
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Default Kreepy Krawler Red/Pink Difference???

Maybe I missed it in my reading of these memory foams, But what exactly IS the difference between the Red and Pink inserts?

I have Lizards, Claws and G-hawgs... Which are all about the same size tire.
From what I read, I should go with the narrow version for these!?!?

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Maybe I missed it in my reading of these memory foams, But what exactly IS the difference between the Red and Pink inserts?

I have Lizards, Claws and G-hawgs... Which are all about the same size tire.
From what I read, I should go with the narrow version for these!?!?

Thank you,
RCholic

The red foams are softer, heavier, and more conforming. The pinks are less dense and lighter. It is recommended that you run red inserts in your front tires and pink in the back tires because when ascending, 75% of the weight of the vehicle transfers to the back. The pink foams are designed to carry the weight as opposed to flattening and forming so the back end doesn't squat or get hung up. I suggest the narrow version of the inserts, especially if you have narrow rims as well. Hope this helps
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Thank you BECKWORKS for that fast reply and EXCELLENT answer!
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Thank you BECKWORKS for that fast reply and EXCELLENT answer!

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