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post #1 of 20 (permalink) Old 08-05-2008, 08:52 PM Thread Starter
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Ok when i first bought the LTR i got all excited and wanted to take it out to the Hassayampa, so i went the the ridenow dealer and asked for paddles sales guy said that the 18" would work really good and id get lots of traction. I hadnt joined the HQ yet and bought them off of his recommendation. they dig in and skid plate bottoms out and a little slow on top end.Now im looking for some new paddles since i have done some research on HQ and i know what size i want (21x12x8-8 paddles). I dont really want to spend another $300 bucks on skats and i found some same size Sand Haulers on ebay. Has anyone tried these knockoff paddles and if so are they anygood.link is below let me know what u guys think please before i get shafted again.



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the knockoffs suck. and skats should only be about $120 a tire MAX. go to the cycle gear in phoenix, they can order them and shipping will be free. do it right the second and you'll save money in the long run..

and get 6 or 7 paddle extremes, the extreme blades last longer and are more durable then the hauler blades...

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looks legit and like a good tire, i don't think you could go wrong with that price! i paid 300 for hauler glider combos w/ wheels. that is really the best set up. but i think those would be good.


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spend the money and get extremes

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refer to post #2.....

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why not the 8 paddle extremes will i need more power
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yes the more paddles you have, the more power you need. most people on here are running 6 or 7

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about how much for the 8 paddles do u think. the guy i bought it from had dyno sheets 59 and change for hp and i think torque was low 40s. cant remember for sure though on the torque
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You'll still run over the top of a hill or at the end of a drag strip faster with a 7 paddle...just go with the combo you think is right cause this will prolly turn into a huge debate.
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GO THROUGH FULLERTON SAND SPORTS!!!!!

They can do the Skat Track 21x12x8 Super Light Haulers (The lightest version) for 120 a tire. TRUST ME BUY FROM DAVE AT FULLERTON TELL HIM LOGAN SENT YOU.


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