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    Exclamation slash 4x4 wheel questions

    the wheels on my slash are going bad i was wondering if i should just buy the stock wheels or could getting 3.8 geode tires be an improvement ? please give your opinion befor i go and blow a wad of cash on parts

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    please post your opinions

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    All depends on where your run'n...
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    i run in the street my front lawn and a bmx park thats all dirt

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    Proline trenchers
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    i love proline badlands but dont run them on the road because they will be eatin up real quick

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    do they sell em at rc country

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    You'll have to do the foot work on that bud. Check Ebay as you can sometime's find good deal's on these wheel's. I bought 4 mounted Proline Street fighter's for 28 buck's.
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    i have a gift card to rc country haha thats why im askin

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    Personally, I like the Proline Switch for all terrain tires. They have excellent traction and long tread life. The Duratrax Bandito is an awesome street tire.
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    2.8 trencher work really well in all conditions

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    im looking for some good durable wheels that are a little more " beefy" than stock slash 4x4 wheels

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