When I look at yours they look backwards but maybe they work fine. Yours look like since they are on a wider wheel they would work either way. When you get them on a narrow wheel so they are more ballooned then they might struggle. Mine came from GMZ opposite of what I was thinking.Dang now you got me wondering did they put mine on backwards as well
Again I would say yes. The outer tire will roll a bit and take away the "rutter" part of the tire. I'm interested to see some of the more experienced sand guys chime in, but looks backwards to me
If your referring to the GMZ Sand Stripper Fronts they cost $149 per tire. Chaparral sells them as well as a few others.Not much help from me on tif they are correct or now but I am curious to know where you got them and how much? Are they 12 or 14"?
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After thinking about it Glamisdog is 100% correct, if they are on the inside and your turning right the car is gonna roll to the left therefore taking the downforce off the right tire and placing it mostly on the left, if the ribs are on the inside on left the car will be relying on the buff part off the tire to turn.... Outside!!!!I have a different front rib than you. Mine are the STU razors, but ribs to the outside according to every profeesional I spoke with before mounting them. Remember when your turning in a certain direction, left or right, the outside tire is taking most of the turning pressure and that what turns the car.