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Old 02-12-2010, 03:07 PM   #1
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I just picked up some new tires for my sct from proline and they have a blue foam insert and a small gray insert, My question is do I need to use the gray insert since im using the proline 0 ofset wheel from the protrac kit?
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I just picked up some new tires for my sct from proline and they have a blue foam insert and a small gray insert, My question is do I need to use the gray insert since im using the proline 0 ofset wheel from the protrac kit?
No you do not. Those are for Traxxas style wheels.
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No you do not. Those are for Traxxas style wheels.
Cool, thanks for the info.......
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No you do not. Those are for Traxxas style wheels.
X2 And the proline/JC style wheels are a much better design!
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X2 And the proline/JC style wheels are a much better design!
I agree with ya on that one Jamin, The different dia beads made it a little tuff to glue up but it wasnt to bad, I just had to work a little harder...lol
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