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Will there be anyone selling tyres at the Telford 4wd regional next week?
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Dan Holmes from pitside is usually present at all the midwest regionals.
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Cool.. Cheers!
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What do people recommend for the 2 wheel drive
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Guessing yellow spikes on rear and cut staggers on front if dry, ballistic green / schumacher greens if wet?
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I've heard ballistic whites and staggers if dry
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Yellows in the dry and green bb's in the wet are what I always run Mat
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Ballistic whites work well with 4wd, but everyone I've seen use them in 2wd has come off moaning about not enough grip. Schuey yellows better for 2 wd.
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