Schumacher Silver Spiral - Fits 1:10 Short Course - 1 Pair

Schumacher Silver Spiral - Fits 1:10 Short Course - 1 Pair

Brand: Schumacher

Part Number: SCH-U6800

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This is a set of two Schumacher Spiral 1:10 short course tyres, in Silver compound. The Spiral tire was designed for surfaces that need more penetration of the ground to gain grip, like grass and loose dirt. Spiral tires feature large pins, in a directional spiral pattern that spaces the pins closer together on one side of the tire, and farther apart on the other side. This design allows you to alter the lateral grip characteristics of the tire, without affecting the forward bite. This is done by changing which side of the tire is mounted to the outside of the rim. With the close spaced pins on the outside, the tires will offer the most lateral grip they can produce. With the far spaced pins on the outside, it will reduce lateral grip.

Schumacher Tire Compounds:

  • Blue: The hardest available, a general purpose, hard wearing compound.
  • Green: Medium Compound. Slightly softer than Blue, generally used as an all around compound and works well in both wet and dry conditions.
  • Yellow: Soft Compound. The racers choice! The benchmark tire compound for all others to try and beat. Excellent choice for dry conditions.
  • Silver: Super Soft Compound. The ultimate dirt/dust tire
  • Brand: Schumacher
  • Part No: SCH-U6800
  • Pack Quantity: 2

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Hi there, do these tyres come with inserts? Cheers
Asked by Stephen on 3rd August 2017

No they do not come with inserts.

You could use SCH-U6772 or SCH-U6784

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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