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Old 11-10-2008, 11:46 AM   #1
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What are the longest lasting pucks you have used?
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Longest lasting? Woodcraft's Klucky Pucks. Best feel? Leather from A&G, but they don't last long.

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Hawks and the Wiz brand. All last me about 6 to 7 track days
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Old 11-10-2008, 12:24 PM   #5
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still no knee down and dont see it happening so mine will last a lifetime
You'll get it down, it's pretty cool the first few times.
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Klucky pucks from what I've researched
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i'm still using this guys beat to wiz pucks

still no knee down and dont see it happening so mine will last a lifetime
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any word on the wood pucks? do they last longer?
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i'm still using this guys beat to wiz pucks

still no knee down and dont see it happening so mine will last a lifetime
I've touched down twice and to be honest it scared me a little, I think its one of those things you need to get use to.

I seem to drag my pegs pretty often though, which I really don't care for
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I've touched down twice and to be honest it scared me a little, I think its one of those things you need to get use to.

I seem to drag my pegs pretty often though, which I really don't care for
hey i was the same way,, just give it time, like when my knees would touch it would make me jump and cause me to lose my line,,, yesterday at cresson on the other hand i was touching down all over the track,,, on the wagon wheel i was ripping it up and even was low enough to drag on the high speed corners
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Old 11-10-2008, 03:14 PM   #15
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hey i was the same way,, just give it time, like when my knees would touch it would make me jump and cause me to lose my line,,, yesterday at cresson on the other hand i was touching down all over the track,,, on the wagon wheel i was ripping it up and even was low enough to drag on the high speed corners
that's me too. I guess because I'm not looking for it or pushing for it, it catches me off gaurd and I pick the bike up a little and go off line
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I use the Chicken Hawk brand and I get several race weekends out of them. Austin has been using the Alpine Stars pucks but he was going through a set every other weekend. I switched him to Chicken Hawk as well and it's saving me a ton.
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Use pecan or mesquite. Not only does it smell good, but if you strap a chicken breast to your knee you can have lunch while riding on the track, too.
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Old 11-10-2008, 04:30 PM   #19
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Looking to buy some but the mesquite and honey bbq track chicken sounds deliocious, I can even get SLIDEWAYZ from the grease dripping down of them...
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