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  • 01-18-2003, 08:47 PM
    bmhappy

    ump do you have an extra fuell cell laying around

    i also heard that your motor went boom at the dino?
  • 01-08-2003, 12:58 PM
    Useless Message Poster

    Dirt stockers from Tire Rack.

  • 01-02-2003, 09:55 AM
    Dan Law

    Great Recs: these guys attend PBOC races....

  • 01-01-2003, 11:21 PM
    JoelG

    Re: source for race tires, besides tirerack

    try

    Appalachian Race Tires
    1919 Airbase Rd.
    Louisville, TN 37777
    865.681.6622 Phone
    865.681.0775 Fax

    or

    BOB WOODMAN TIRES
    1939 Belgrade Ave. Unit 10
    Charleston, SC 29407 USA
    PH 843-571-2277
    FX 843-556-4576

    You might even find a tire that the mini stock guys use (though I think most of them have to run 13") that you can pick up closer to home for next to nothing.

    Joel
  • 01-01-2003, 08:18 PM
    Sam Schultz

    source for race tires, besides tirerack

    I am looking for a good source for rain tires for my D mod e30 318i (wink). Used is fine as I will thrash a few sets learning this new car. ie slower then my full slicks to help the lurning curve. tire size is 225/50/15 but I may be wrong on the first number.

    Thanks
    Sam Schultz
    Mayodan, NC

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