When I bought my first set of Sand Tires for Wagon's back in the late 90's there were not many options to chose from. We had a small little dirt roadster that my brother helped me build and we had a big old go-kart that my dad had worked on. I remember my dad having it done in a tan and putting in air suspension with four wheelers and no rear ends. That was something he did all his life. I don't know if he thought he could do it or not, but he did it and came out with a great looking machine.
When I got my Sand Tires for wagon's back then I didn't know what to look for, I just knew that I wanted something that would rattle and make noises when I went down the hill. So I bought an aftermarket leaf springs kit, put some mud flaps on the front and back, and added a couple of little curve bar things. All the parts came with plastic caps that I put on. My brother, who is the typical kid at heart, put on the shock absorbers and the bug deflectors and the springs.
I still to this day have not taken a break from my days as a child with my sandking Tires for Wagon. Sand racing has always been my thing. Going to the local track, sitting behind the lights, and listening to the crowd makes me happy each and every time. Plus if I am not at the track then I will be out with my friends, family, and social networking service 0 times in the next week.
I have always been a racer when it comes to offroad trucks and four wheelers. But not a racer in the usual sense. I like to watch TV and hang out with my friends, but when it comes to real life races I'm more focused on racing my kart. And you know how that goes. Sometimes, racing isn't the best thing to do.
So I guess I always sort of held off on buying a new kart for myself. Like most guys I knew, I didn't like changing brands. I've tried many different types of tires on an old vehicle and I always felt like I was kind of stuck. Even after buying a new Wards, I wasn't really sure I was going to like it. I thought I had to stick with what I already had.
Luckily, when I first bought my KW Clubsport I decided I wanted something a bit racier. I wasn't content with just sticking with the "stock" color. I liked the silver trim, I liked the deep red exhaust, and I especially liked the red interior. So, naturally, when I got my brand new Clubsport I jumped right in.
Sand Tires For Wagon are great. You can get them in so many different configurations you're bound to like what you pick. They come in four different grades. You can get a tire that is a super soft and mushy sponge, or you can get a tire that is stiffer and much more durable. I love that they are always being developed for new vehicles. It keeps the industry moving.
All in all, if you are a tire fanatic like I am, then you should look into buying sand tires for wagon. You can get the most out of your vehicle and also have a more comfortable ride. I hope you all have fun shopping for your new car or truck.