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Old 11-24-2010, 07:03 PM   #1
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Default proline tires on aka rims?

just wondering if proline buggy tires will work on aka rims? the tires r the v2 versions.
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yes it will... i have proline on some AKA wheels and also the other way around.
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Yes the Pro-Line tires fit on AKA Wheels.
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Is he talking about the VTR's? I thought they were 4.0's or whatever.... Aren't the AKA's 3.7's LPRs?
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Is he talking about the VTR's? I thought they were 4.0's or whatever.... Aren't the AKA's 3.7's LPRs?
V2 wheels are for buggy.... and V3 are the wider wheels/tires for buggy....
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I've tried it and they will fit but if you're using AKA foams, you have to cut the foam. I never bothered trying to cut the foam as you only need to cut a + or - 1/4 ". Difficult to cut that small of an amount. Never tried AKA rims with Proline foams and tires. Might work.
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