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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-10-2010, 11:19 PM Thread Starter
 
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Here are a few pics of the Revolt crew from Oregon. These were taken at St. Anthony ID last summer. BTW you will notice that all the revolts have 26 inch Sandblasters with 16 paddles..... If you have sand running in your veins, you have to go to St. Anthony, it,s a blast.

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How are the 16 paddle sandblasters.
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Looks great you guys! Me, the wife and crew are headed over on the 21st for a week long stay at St Anthony's. Of course, I'm the only Redline amongst a sea of RZR's!

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How are the 16 paddle sandblasters.
If the 16 paddle Blasters were not the best tire for the sand, there would be something different on our revolts. Also, run a 26 inch whipsnake or sandstare on front. The car will handle much better.
If your motor is running good and the clutch is working, when you put the peddle to the mettle the engine goes to 8000, stays there and the car hauls asss. you need tires that will get traction and not just sit there and spin. Trust me, we have tried them all and the 26 inch Blasters with comp cut and 16 paddles are the BEST......
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How are the 16 paddle sandblasters.
If the 16 paddle Blasters were not the best tire for the sand, there would be something different on our revolts. Also, run a 26 inch whipsnake or sandstare on front. The car will handle much better.
If your motor is running good and the clutch is working, when you put the peddle to the mettle the engine goes to 8000, stays there and the car hauls asss. you need tires that will get traction and not just sit there and spin. Trust me, we have tried them all and the 26 inch Blasters with comp cut and 16 paddles are the BEST......
I am wishing I would of went with them. I put 12 paddle scats on mine. Not enough paddles and the sandblasters seem to look wider. Are you running the stock offset wheels on them?



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How are the 16 paddle sandblasters.
If the 16 paddle Blasters were not the best tire for the sand, there would be something different on our revolts. Also, run a 26 inch whipsnake or sandstare on front. The car will handle much better.
If your motor is running good and the clutch is working, when you put the peddle to the mettle the engine goes to 8000, stays there and the car hauls asss. you need tires that will get traction and not just sit there and spin. Trust me, we have tried them all and the 26 inch Blasters with comp cut and 16 paddles are the BEST......
I am wishing I would of went with them. I put 12 paddle scats on mine. Not enough paddles and the sandblasters seem to look wider. Are you running the stock offset wheels on them?
Most of us do run the stock redline wheel. Bratsy has 8 inch Douglas with stock rear spacing on rear and douglas 7 inch in front. The Douglas wheels do provide a little more flotation.
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