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PGT-19094LMXD 1/32 Rear Urethane Tuning Tires, BMW 2002ti & DTM Fronts
PGT-19094LMXD 1/32 Rear Urethane Tuning Tires, BMW 2002ti & DTM Fronts
Item: PGT-19094LMXD
Price: $4.49
plus shipping
Inventory: In-Stock
132 Rear Tuning Tires for Carrera's 1/32 BMW 2002ti and the 2013 and new DTM Front Tires. (Fits Digital 1/32 and Evolution)

1 Pair of Front, Urethane Slot Car Tires, handmade by Paul Gage.

These tuning tires provide outstanding traction and handling characteristics that wont disappoint!
Very soft tire for plastic or smooth wooden tracks
Rounded profile clears all bodywork and improves cornering over stock shape tire

This is a great performance tire for the following Carrera 1/32 models:
Rear tires on Opel Manta
BMW 2002ti Front Tires
Front of 2013 or new DTM front tires.
Front tires for Porsche GT3
Front tire for the Mustang GT 500
Front tires for the Corvette C7.R
Front tires for the Aston Martin (2013 and newer)
Rear Tire for Opel Manta
Front Tire for Audi R10 TDI
Front Tire for Porsch RS Spyder
Front Tire for Formula E
Front Tire for Ford GT Race Car
Front Tire for Porsche 935 GT2

Once installed all you need to do is sand the tire lightly to true it up and remove any convex or concave centers, and away you go. This can be done easily using a 120 grit garnet sand paper or emery board, then finish with a 240 or 480 grit.

A recommendation from Paul Gage:
If you wish to glue on the rear tires, use a clear nail polish. Just clean the tire with acetone, lightly sand the bead on the hub, paint a generous layer on the inside bead of the hub, paint the outside bead of the tire, then mount the tire. Allow one hour to dry, sand them true, and away you go!

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