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  1. #201
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    Thanks. So these Pro-Line Maxx Paddle tires will work with the non half-up JConcepts Rulux wheel?

    ID of that tire is 3.4" and the Rulux wheels are 3.46". Forgive me but I'm still learning the world of tires and wheels.
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    Here are some I have. Questions; message me.






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    Quote Originally Posted by DigDug
    Thanks. So these Pro-Line Maxx Paddle tires will work with the non half-up JConcepts Rulux wheel?

    ID of that tire is 3.4" and the Rulux wheels are 3.46". Forgive me but I'm still learning the world of tires and wheels.
    The diameter will work, what is the width of the tire you are wanting to use?
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    Proline Tech-5 + Losi Sand Wedge (299g per wheel)
    HPI Tremor + Losi Sand Wedge (338g per wheel)



    There are no foams on the pics but the weight is with them.

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    Has anyone tried the Ofna molded foams??
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    Im running the same setup as you but Im having issues with the bead lock cutting into my lower control arms... Are you having the same problem?
    also I have broken 2 Drive shafts to the wheels... I loosened my slipper clutch but I removed the wheels for paddles will post some pics tomorrow


    Quote Originally Posted by Altered Ego
    Here are a couple of shots of new wheels and tires for my E-Revo:

    These are Black Chrome Axial 8 Spoke Beadlock wheels with Pro-Line 40 Series Masher Tires










    Gearing will be changed to accomodate the larger diameter rubber.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRaider
    The diameter will work, what is the width of the tire you are wanting to use?
    The tire dimensions for the maxx paddles are: 6.04"OD x 3.4"ID x 3.3"W
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dig_Dug

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    Rulux 1/8 Trk Whl Standard Half-Ups
    Diameter: 100mm (3.94")
    Width: 57.5mm (2.26")
    Hex size: 17mm


    Looks like those tires will be a little wide, but should work with @ 1/2" of sidewall hanging over...
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    2S-5000-45C

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    I'm new and still trying to figure everything out..So do you think these tires will work with these rims


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    They will work, how good they are, I don't know.

    I can tell you that I've been tempted to buy the pair on top, I love the red strip down the middle...
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    2S/3S-5000-35C
    2S-5000-45C

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRaider
    They will work, how good they are, I don't know.

    I can tell you that I've been tempted to buy the pair on top, I love the red strip down the middle...
    Me too and the red so works with my build I'll be starting soon..
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    what do you think about the quality of axial beadlocks?

    When I read this I'm affraid:

    http://monster.traxxas.com/showthread.php?t=359555
    Just play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by RedRaider
    They will work, how good they are, I don't know.

    I can tell you that I've been tempted to buy the pair on top, I love the red strip down the middle...
    I have the yellow ones, the tires are narrow but the rim size is the same as stock (about 3.8") Only had them up front since two stripped.

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    Looking for something that is similar to the pro-line bow tie discs in 3.2 without the offset but is not a disc. I am looking for a 3.2 rim like maybe the Axial Wicked Retro but with something similar to Bow Ties.
    Any suggestions?
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    ok, here is my contribution:
    jconcepts rulux half ups 1/2 offset
    aka i-beam medium compound
    perfect fit!!

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    BUMP, this is a GREAT thread save it...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pulse
    what do you think about the quality of axial beadlocks?

    When I read this I'm affraid:

    http://monster.traxxas.com/showthread.php?t=359555
    I'd go with the Maximizer beadlocks. They're light (for beadlocks), and hold the tire incredibly well..



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    OK. This is a great post with a ton of information and I'm hoping to get some opinions. I run alot on my street and sidewalk with transitions to my lawn and the occational park bash when I can. Would I be ok with something like the PL RR or would the mashers work better? Again, alot of my run time is onroad.
    Just rub some dirt on it, it'll be fine.......

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    That's a tough call. RR's hook up very well on the road, not so much in other conditions. where as the Mashers aren't that bad on the road, but are ideal for all other conditions....

    Does that make any sense??

    I guess if you'r mostly on-road, I'd go with the RR's (or similar)..But then again....
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    See... not an easy decision especially as I'm looking to do this with 1 set of tires. I do not have the time to swap set ups as I need to maximize the time I do have to run the truck. I currently run on some GRP LPR premounts that have done well by me but are quickly going away as they are getting more use. Especially onroad. My offroad exploits are typically short cut grass and hard packed dirt. Open to suggestions.
    Just rub some dirt on it, it'll be fine.......

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    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXNHW8&P=ML



    HPI Mounted Phaltline Tire/Blast Wheel Chrome, how many use these?

    Are you happy with them on the ERBE

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    Quote Originally Posted by cmnyj28
    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXNHW8&P=ML



    HPI Mounted Phaltline Tire/Blast Wheel Chrome, how many use these?

    Are you happy with them on the ERBE
    I have the Phaltline tires, but mounted on the Tremor wheels.

    They hook up very well on-road...
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    i think the mashers are one of the best "all terrain" tires out there. They are soft enough to grip hard packed surfaces decently... but not so soft that they wear down really fast.

    Honestly if you were looking for a great all around tire.... find something that is a better quality tire but has treads like the talons. The talons will blow if you gear up on 4s and/or 6s

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    here is an idea of what terrain I run. Provided the link works.

    http://s369.photobucket.com/albums/o...t=VID00075.flv
    Just rub some dirt on it, it'll be fine.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by David9301
    here is an idea of what terrain I run. Provided the link works.

    http://s369.photobucket.com/albums/o...t=VID00075.flv
    I'd go with Mashers...But thats just me.
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    Just if you are interested guy I ordered some proline badland from Tower Hobbies about 2 week ago and Received them last week. I mounted them this week-end and on the Tower picture they are shown with the foam that look like the one in the photo below. I heard many people had trouble with the foam. But mine came with other foam that almost look like closed cell foam. I don't know if it's just me or if it's like that since a while. But these foam look really well made, much better than the foam I have in my 2.2 badland on the Rusty.

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    Yeah, I was leaning towards the mashers. Thinking 3.2 MT size. Now to figure out which wheel.
    Just rub some dirt on it, it'll be fine.......

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    Ok. I saw someone post something about the Losi Zombie maxx tires. I can get them cheap. Would those work good for alot of asphalt and grass?
    Just rub some dirt on it, it'll be fine.......

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    Quote Originally Posted by David9301
    Yeah, I was leaning towards the mashers. Thinking 3.2 MT size. Now to figure out which wheel.
    These Maximizer beadlocks do the trick for me:

    Zero offset
    http://www.maximizerproducts.com/mod...hex_P67017.cfm

    1/2 offset
    http://www.maximizerproducts.com/mod...hex_P67015.cfm

    They do come in other colors (Black,white,yellow). But for some reason these greenies are half the price.

    they also come in 14mm (if needed).

    I dyed mine black, and they turned out awesome..
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    Quote Originally Posted by SlotterHouse
    These Maximizer beadlocks do the trick for me:

    Zero offset
    http://www.maximizerproducts.com/mod...hex_P67017.cfm

    1/2 offset
    http://www.maximizerproducts.com/mod...hex_P67015.cfm

    They do come in other colors (Black,white,yellow). But for some reason these greenies are half the price.

    they also come in 14mm (if needed).

    I dyed mine black, and they turned out awesome..

    Thanks for the links but I just picked up a set of the Mugen 5 spokes for $12 shipped. Eyeing a set of ZOmbie Maxx tires as well.
    Just rub some dirt on it, it'll be fine.......

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    Anybody know a good 40 series dish wheels to put the road rage 40 series tires on? Can't seem to find one. All I see are the big chrome things and those are ugly.
    what was that? what was what..oh that. thats mine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by zrau17
    Anybody know a good 40 series dish wheels to put the road rage 40 series tires on? Can't seem to find one. All I see are the big chrome things and those are ugly.
    Are these what your looking for?
    http://www.thefind.com/sports/browse...ity-dish-wheel

    http://www.thercshack.com/pro267804v...rieswhite.aspx
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    http://www.outcastrc.com/features/scales/scales.htm

    Tire / wheels spec sheet

    This is another good one to bookmark guys. Not totally up to date!!
    I make tap adapters and power harnesses.

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    Those can work, they have 23mm hex's though. That's not all that bad but i was just going to try and stick to 17's since it's more general. But if i can't find any 17mm hex ones then I guess I'll just have lots of hex's lol
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    Here is my new combo..

    Traxxas Goede 3.8 rims with optional red rings and IMEX 38 AT tires.



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    Quick question and maybe way out there but has anyone tried to stretch the MT size road rages on to LPR wheels? I have a set of wheels not being used and was wondering if that would even work. I'm assuming that the phaltlines would not fit...... Was looking for and onroad tire to use with those rims seeing as I already have them.
    Just rub some dirt on it, it'll be fine.......

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    what are LPR wheels?

    I know the road rages (3.2) will fit onto rulux half ups (3.7) rims with little problem. It's just a little harder to glue them b/c this creates a really deep sidewall.

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    LPR wheels are 3.7, same as the rulux half-ups. Might just get some bow-ties or something and call it a day. Thanks.
    Just rub some dirt on it, it'll be fine.......

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    Proline Cheyenne's with MT Moab's

    Angle without hub covers.





    With hub covers on.


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