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I have been searching for a few hours and cant find the answer. I need to buy new paddles for next season, I now have 33 blasters but not sure if they are cut #1 or #2. Can someone tell me what the scoop heights are?

THANK YOU!!!!!

 

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They are marked on the scoop 1 or 2 

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I'd like to say 1s are ~1in, 2s are 1-1/4. I have both tires in the shop on cars. .. I'll check later.

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The tires that I have were on the car when I purchased it.. according to the DOT code, they are 15 years old and dont have any markings other than 33. ☹️ 

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Non comp cut tires, #1 measured 0.950 #2 measures 1.200.

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My brand new #2 are 1 1/8”  tall scoop.

1 hour ago, Just Playin said:

The tires that I have were on the car when I purchased it.. according to the DOT code, they are 15 years old and dont have any markings other than 33. ☹️ 

My new #2’s are 1 1/8” tall scoop.

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Thank you for the help!,

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Look on the scoop itself, in the middle, on the back side. Although with tires that old the markings may not be visible.

Wont be on the sidewall.

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Slight thread hijack but though it was a good place to share 

Several months ago in pursuit of some #2 -15 during the big season sold out everywhere.   i called Stu and spoke with the owner and he gave me the whole history of all his tires . I have the details written down someplace what I do remember from that conversation is that the blaster 33 pro 15”  are the same 1and 2  scoops found on the  17” blaster   . The original or non pro 15”   #1&#2 were designed for the first v8 long travel cars out there which were lower hp more stock motors and have an entirely different 1 and 2 scoop Shorter and less angle .  He told me he gets the question several times a day and his best guess of tire recommendations is from an engineering perspective , people’s opinions of what works for them . He then explains due to car design ,engine trans combo , car weight , center of gravity,  driving style , air pressure  ,ect the only way to really know what you like or need is to take several sets and back to back run them . 

 

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