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I seen a review on ITP Dune Stars and they claim these paddle tires are the best of both worlds, hill climbing and dune riding. I want a paddle tire that performs in sand drag races (up hill) and also allow me to slide the rear end around easy.
 

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Get a hauler dude...nothing compares. When you want to goof off just add a little more air pressure. You wont regret it.
 

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The dunestars are for sport quads to. One of the last dirt wheels had a bad a$$ raptor 700 with the dune stars on the front and back. I have them for the front. They work really good. I don't have the back ones but I want them. They said the back ones are good for climbing hills and curving bowls. They are like the best of both worlds.
 

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dont buy dune stars!!!! they are sh!t, i bought some and sold em' as soon as i got home from winchester, then bought some 7 paddle skat-trak extremes, dune stars- 1/10 for a rating...
 

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ran dune stars on a z400 rental. they hooked up nicely got me up some big hills (china wall at glamis and i'm 225 lbs) duned really nice as well side hilling was nice. if you see yourself as a hard core dragger you'll probally prefer haulers and just run at 6-7 lbs for duning.
 

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whats the biggest difference between Haulers and Extremes? is it possible to spin doughnuts in the sand with straight paddles? Thanks for all the input from everyone.
 

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it is but its hard, i got AMS Aerospeeds and there a pretty straight paddle design. When you give er the big onion it like to wheelie more then turn, hence the STRAIGHT design.
 

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extremes last longer and are more wider than haulers, go with 21" haulers, extremes, or sand stars
 

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if i were to buy again i would get 18 inch sand stars
 

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not for me

my dunes are like narrow technical hills that you need pullin power, not top speed.

I usually leave the racin to the bashees runnin on alcohol lol
 

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there aint no glamis or pismo up here lol

its like maybe 1000 acres? if that?

and the closest dunes around here is st. anthony's, a 14.5 hour drive :icon_eek:
 

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Anyone know the weight of the Extremes, Hualers and ITP Dune Stars?
 

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Its possible to spin donuts in the sand if you change your front tires to a dual rib or single rib, I found it difficult to spin donuts when my front tires were knobbies and my back were hauelrs.

QUOTE (Gerard @ Feb 11 2009, 03:55 PM) index.php?act=findpost&pid=745389
whats the biggest difference between Haulers and Extremes? is it possible to spin doughnuts in the sand with straight paddles? Thanks for all the input from everyone.[/b]
 
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