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Stock Emaxx Tires v.s. Proline Masher Maxx tires

Old 01-12-2008, 04:35 AM
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Default Stock Emaxx Tires v.s. Proline Masher Maxx tires

Hello guys!! I'm planning to get a new sets of tires and I'm wondering if anyone here knows w/c is bigger interms of outer diameter, width and weight? Would someone happens to own or know someone that has both masher and emaxx tires?

Stock Emaxx Tires or Proline's Masher Maxx Tires?


Note: I'm talking about the old version Emaxx tires, not the new one. Also, the masher tires would be the standard MT tires not the 40series version nor the 2.2 or masher2000.
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Old 01-12-2008, 03:17 PM
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The proline mashers are probably a softer compound than the stock emaxx tires.
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Originally Posted by crazy4wdracer
The proline mashers are probably a softer compound than the stock emaxx tires.
I know that but which among the two is bigger??
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not sure, but i have mashers on my s-maxx there perfect when you want to stop they stop lol
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the stock tires are the best in loose to almost clay conditions. the mashers are perfect for everything. on or off road, very nice sidewall grip. i climb 8 curbs with them. the side way crabs soo good. mashers would really be the best way. its a softer compound than stock but wont leave you hanging when you cram the throttle.
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Don't know about weight on the maxx masher, but they are 5.5" tall and 3.3" wide before mounting. You can reduce the effective tread width by mounting them on narrowed wheels, which will also make them a tiny bit taller when mounted due to a more rounded tread profile. Other than that, 5.5" is pretty much what you are going to get for height. What that comes out to will depend on the stiffness of foam you use and weight of your truck.
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