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Old 04-06-2018, 10:37 PM
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Default Vogel Radials.

Sorry if this has been asked before but I didn’t find anything on it. But, has anyone used either the Revo or Riots from Vogel and do they perform better than other non-radial tires? I would be using them on either a stock or stock altered if I decide to go that route.

Or any other suggestions on a pro tire that would be good for a “stock” puller? Our stock class is basically run what you brung and keep it at 4000 rpm or less. I currently run Vm07 on my stock altered so always a option to put those on stock tractor and update tires on that as well.

Our club is considering allowing pro tires in stock class so I am just looking for good tire options at this point.
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Old 04-06-2018, 10:42 PM
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Although at this point I am running a mix of original double cut Firestone’s or Carlisle super lug depending on track so I may not gain much if any with a pro tire. I don’t plan on changing unless I can’t place top three anymore
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I knw a few people that run them with success , its one of the few tires I'd like to play with
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I agree with Don, I'd like to get a set and try them. I know a few guys that have them and like them.
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