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Question Stadium Truck Tyres

Alright guys, looking for some tyre advice. New to stadium trucks. Running outdoors on a grass track. Been using Schumacher yellow stagger ribs on the front and yellow vee 2’s on the rear. Tried the silver vee 2’s on the rear last night which helped when the grass become damp. What would be the best option to calm the front end down tyre wise?
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Hi there, ran ST on grass at WCRCC, Cornwall, and found a good balance with Schumacher Blue Stagger Ribs, front, with the outside row cut/Dremeled off smooth, this takes away the aggressiveness of the tyre/compound and Proline Pyramids Z3 or Z4 on the rear, the harder compound on fresh grass.
If you can't get the Prolines, and there appears to be an issue with supply in the UK at present, would then suggest Schumacher Blue Mini Spikes on the rear, always a good tyre on damp grass tracks anywhere!
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Hi there, ran ST on grass at WCRCC, Cornwall, and found a good balance with Schumacher Blue Stagger Ribs, front, with the outside row cut/Dremeled off smooth, this takes away the aggressiveness of the tyre/compound and Proline Pyramids Z3 or Z4 on the rear, the harder compound on fresh grass.
If you can't get the Prolines, and there appears to be an issue with supply in the UK at present, would then suggest Schumacher Blue Mini Spikes on the rear, always a good tyre on damp grass tracks anywhere!
Ok bud, thanks for the advice. Il try removing the outer row on the stagger ribs and go from there. Thanks once again
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race T5m on grass at cornwall, run sch yell Vee 4 on rear and yell sch stagger on front. good balance on dry grass grass. change to sch silver rear when damp
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Cheers for the advice, I’ve changed the inserts in the front from soft to hard. We’ll see what this has done tomorrow evening.
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