Do you know somepeople that use the skat trak edge? I was going to go with those or the haulers.Glamis700 said:They would do fine. I run 20-10-10 Skat Trak 8 Paddle haulers. The larger the rim, the better cornering you will have. 8" rims, may ride softer, but thats the only benefit I can think of.
The last number is the rim size. OEM rims are 9" diameter, the tires you're looking at fit on an 8" diameter rim. So if you're trying to put those sand tires on the OEM rims, they will NOT fit.btac said:I'm trying to buy some sand tires and rims and the tire dimension on the raptor is 20x10x9. Would the dimension 20x10x8 for sand tires and rims fit on the raptor
If you're drag racing sure, but for a recreational rider the Sand Stars are an excellent paddle. Probably the best rec tire in the price range. Only SS2 and Edges would be better for rec riders IMO, and both are considerably more expensive.LHCRAPPY said:hey I was told by the guys a ct racing that you should have a light paddle tire with just a little bite on it. they said the sand stars were not good for the rappy because they had too much paddle to them and were way to heavy.
You saying you can't have fun on a straight paddles :3question: I don't drag race much, but when I do I don't want to loose because of my paddles :crazy: Oh and I have plenty of fun on straight paddles. If you want to slide throw on the stockers and go crazy :thumbsup: JMOxxparoleexx said:...dune and have fun, get an angled paddle!