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I am new to this game. Just got my rail. Will have it out for the Dumont Cleanup. I have a 4 seat long travel with a Redline 450 hp engine. It came with 14.50/15 extremes in the back and STU razor's in front. When I asked the owner of the company what I should run, he said 12 lbs if I want to hook up better but 15 lbs all around for better handling and turning. Oh, they have bead-locks all around if that makes a difference. We'll find out next week.

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I like to run 8 in the rear and 4 or 5 in the front. THis really helps with all of the chop. Makes it much smoother. I am running 33 sandblaser in the rear and razors in the front. Of course mounted on beadlocks.

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My situation:

Car under 1600 lbs


Xtreeme apex

11-12 lbs.

no beadlocks.


Flintstone shaped wheels from dropping the car durring wheelies. :finger:



STU 1300plus comp-cut

11-12 lbs

yes beadlocks

no tubes

slime, slime, slime :ban-split:



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16 hours ago, SandBox_Kid said:

I know this is an old topic, but I was wondering if anyone has any recommendations for tire deflators?

I've been thinking about getting a kit like this for our Sprinter van. It removes the valve core so they deflate much faster than the ones that screw on to the valve. Looks pretty easy.




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