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BETTER CALL FULLERTONSANDSPORTS.COM IN CALI. HE WILL SCHOOL YOU ON THE PHONE. YOU SOUND HOW I DID A FEW DAYS AGO. HE IS REALLY HELPFUL. I BOUGHT 20X10X8 EXTREMES 6 PADDLES ON .125 DOUGLAS WHEELS. STRAIGHT UP LITE. THEN I HOOKED UP WITH FUEL ATV AND IN A WEEK OR SO I WILL SEE HOW SHE RUNS. I HEARD FAST..

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cool guys thanks i just ordered 7 paddle extremes

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I bought some 20x10x8 6 cup Extrems for the hill. They were small, I wish I would have bought the 21x12x8. I have the IMS heel-guards and was told (Fullerton) that the 21x12x8 wont fit, so I bought the 20x10x8. I still think they are a GREAT dune tire and thats what I do most of the time anyways.

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I have 21x12x10 Comp cut SSI's and I have about a 1/2 inch of clearance to my IMS heelguards.. Used stock chain though

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I have 21x12x10 Comp cut SSI's and I have about a 1/2 inch of clearance to my IMS heelguards.. Used stock chain though [/b]
didnt you use to have the SSII's 20x10x8's

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didnt you use to have the SSII's 20x10x8's[/b]
Yes they are on 10" rims also...

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How do you like the SSI's, are they lighter then the SSII's. I like my SSII's they are just way heavy. Where did you get your SSI's at?

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I love them, wow lots of fun.. Had to remember to keep the front end down...

They are so freakin light, I'll have to weigh them.. I'll take both of them to the post office and get a weight. I thought my SSII's are light Not sure what rims the SSII's are on since I got them used off of ebay many moons ago...

Fullerton sand sports...

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I love them, wow lots of fun.. Had to remember to keep the front end down...

They are so freakin light, I'll have to weigh them.. I'll take both of them to the post office and get a weight. I thought my SSII's are light Not sure what rims the SSII's are on since I got them used off of ebay many moons ago...

Fullerton sand sports...[/b]
Nice! Like I said, I like mine (SSII's) but they are heavy. I would like to see the weight difference between the 2. Keep us informed

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What do you guys think about the skat trak extremes 18.5x10x8's? They are small but extremely light. I found that they sink a bit on take off in the sand but ride on top of the sand well at higher speed. I haven't attempted any hill climbs yet. Any other opinions?
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