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2wildcrewguy
Member
posted February 22, 2003 12:05 AM
We run 275/60's all the way around on a dry track and if it is fairly smooth we run 15 r.r. , and about 12 l.r. That seems to get us the best traction on a dry track. We run a beadlock on rr, so if your not allowed to you might want to add a couple of lbs. to each. The biggest help that we found on a dry track is to go to a numerically lower gear ratio, by about 30pts. Hope this helps. [IMG]NO CRYBABIES!http://www.thedirtforum.com/ubb/smilies/cwm45.gif[/IMG]

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iowa_dirt_track_girl
Member
posted March 01, 2003 03:54 PM
the main thing to keep in mind is look at the dirt mark on the tire if it is half way up the tire it aint doing you no good to run that tire that low. On 205/70/15 dot tires i run 35 on the right side and 23 lf 26 lr running 35 on the right side keeps the tire from rolling off and keeps good side bite on the tire because it aint running half way up the tire where it aint doing you no good.

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