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    Burris and Vega questions.

    If a good set of yellow Vegas work good at a track what would be the closest comparable Burris?? 33ís??

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    11’s

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    If you’re talking about slippery rock then 33s

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    Wet track, ss11's....dry slick track, ss33a's. Depends on how the Vega were prepped. If they are prepped hard, id lean to the 11's, if not much prep then a 33a prepped right will be fast

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    Yes for Slippery Rock. I have several set of yellow Vegas but want to buy a set of Burris so we can run some Burris only tracks this year but also still be competitive with the Burris at slippery rock. Just adding to the tire collection.
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    I will probably just stop up an see what Tommy Dawson has to say and get a set of Burris ordered. Thanks for the replies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by turtle5353 View Post
    I will probably just stop up an see what Tommy Dawson has to say and get a set of Burris ordered. Thanks for the replies.
    Good call, Tom will hook you up.

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    Yep, Tommy's a good guy. Tell'm I said Hi.
    If you are going to also use these Burris anywhere else in the state, I'd suggest 33s over the 11s.
    We'll be bringing several sets of 33s to the OVKA show if that helps you.


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