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Old 02-03-2016
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Default Schumacher low profile vs standard profile staggers

Hi peeps. I need to get some 2wd Yellow Staggers for my RC10B3/Worlds, and because I'm behind the times I have not used them before. I think the low profile ones may look a bit strange on the older cars, so is it worth trying the standard profile ones? I guess the low pro ones are a bit more responsive with a lower sidewall. Any good advice welcomed
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Hi peeps. I need to get some 2wd Yellow Staggers for my RC10B3/Worlds, and because I'm behind the times I have not used them before. I think the low profile ones may look a bit strange on the older cars, so is it worth trying the standard profile ones? I guess the low pro ones are a bit more responsive with a lower sidewall. Any good advice welcomed
If carpet use mini pin fronts, on astro youll possibly may want to try mini spike or normal staggers.I prefer mini spikes on astro, and mini pins on carpet with a 6.5 in my b2. Hope that helps.
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