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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 10-02-2009, 11:01 AM Thread Starter
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Paddle tire question

Am looking for more traction on the rear. My wheels are the new Douglas Diablio beadlocks - 12" diameter, 7" wide with 4+3 offsets, still new in the box.

Bottomline: What is the most aggressive, widest and most paddle count 26" high hauler style paddle that I can get on this 7" wide beadlock? Is 12 wide and 12 paddle count the baddest produced? Ticks me off to see the width of a tire on the rack, then you put a few pounds of air in it after it's mounted and it looks like a pizza cutter. Thanx.....LBR
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Am looking for more traction on the rear. My wheels are the new Douglas Diablio beadlocks - 12" diameter, 7" wide with 4+3 offsets, still new in the box.

Bottomline: What is the most aggressive, widest and most paddle count 26" high hauler style paddle that I can get on this 7" wide beadlock? Is 12 wide and 12 paddle count the baddest produced? Ticks me off to see the width of a tire on the rack, then you put a few pounds of air in it after it's mounted and it looks like a pizza cutter. Thanx.....LBR
i run 25-10-12 8 paddles on my rotax, and i think marks runs the same size but 9 paddles. i think 12 will be way to much for the rotax engine..thats R1 territory.. talk to warlock too he has tried a bunch of different tires

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i run 25-10-12 8 paddles on my rotax, and i think marks runs the same size but 9 paddles. i think 12 will be way to much for the rotax engine..thats R1 territory.. talk to warlock too he has tried a bunch of different tires
Thanx Mush - am steering away from the 12 paddle after reading all posts and locking in on a more reasonable 8-9 paddle - you scared me when you said the 12 is R-1 area - my Rotax isn't THAT strong - got back to ya on the other channel also.......LBR
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