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    Steve

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    Location : El Cerrito Ca
    Registration date : 2009-03-06

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    Post by Steve on June 9th 2011, 3:32 pm

    Have you all heard about the trouble with Hoosier's Shocked I know it's with the A fuel cars but still not a warm fuzzy feeling if your running them. Butch has been complaining about spining and a high speed vibration affraid --anyone want to buy a set of all most new Hoosiers
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    Ron Clevenger

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    Location : Visalia, Ca
    Registration date : 2009-03-03

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    Post by Ron Clevenger on June 10th 2011, 5:50 pm

    Hey Steve, you getting the race bug?

    If Butch would like to replace those Hoosier tires I have a near new set of Goodyears. I put about 5 hits on them (starting line only) and there just to much tire for me. They were the spec Top Fuel tire but they have changed to another new spec now.
    These are 36.0 x 17.5 x 16 D2420 with the D-2D compound.

    If Butch is interested I can bring them to the Medford race July 1-2.

    Make a killer out the door deal.

    I'm so ready to go racing I'm making a new dash for the race car.

    Blessings.........Ron.
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    Steve

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    Location : El Cerrito Ca
    Registration date : 2009-03-06

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    Post by Steve on June 11th 2011, 7:39 am

    Thanks Ron, Butch has a set of 36" Goodyears. He's got a set of 34.5" Goodyears comming. The Hoosiers he has are not the ones that are having the problem so he may keep them. Still spinning the tires at the top end, maybe the Goodyears will help.

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