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I'm ready to pick some tire warmers for this season but torn between these two. Chicken Hawks are used by some of the best and have been around for a while but at the same time the quick disconnect system on the WC's sounds intriguing. If anyone has experience with the tire warmers listed above feel free to chime in :eek:ccasion14:
 

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I have chicken hawks they have worked great. Don't know much about WC warmers but I know they make good stuff. I also have a set of PD warmers those work good also.
 

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The woodcraft allow you to leave your warmer plugged in when you pull them off with no worry of them burning. That's a plus.

Both are good choices. I suggest looking at price after that. Can't really go wrong with either.
 

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I'm ready to pick some tire warmers for this season but torn between these two. Chicken Hawks are used by some of the best and have been around for a while but at the same time the quick disconnect system on the WC's sounds intriguing. If anyone has experience with the tire warmers listed above feel free to chime in :eek:ccasion14:
Can't go wrong with the Chicken Hawks, a fantastic product for sure! Shoot me a PM if interested in getting some pricing on a few options. The Woodcraft dual temp are a nice option too.
 

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I have a brand new set of Sportbike Track gear warmers dual temp. 300 shipped never used as I live in germany and cant use 110. I have two sets of chicken hawks and my first set I still use after 8 years and they heat up to the required temp and no issues. The second ones are three temp and again no issues ever.
 
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