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    What's your opinion?

    I am looking to swap out the tires to get something that is better from crawling and mud. I have done the tranny flip and locked my rear diffs. My local hobby store as these and they should fit but im not sure if they are any good. Has anyone ever used these or have an opinion on them or if I should just order something else?

    http://www3.towerhobbies.com/cgi-bin...&I=LXYSR8&P=FR

    This is a pair of Traxxas B.F. Goodrich Mud Terrain T/A KM2 Tires
    Pre-Mounted on SCT Wheels.

    FEATURES: Fits front and rear of the 4wd 1/10 scale Traxxas Slash and the front
    of the 2wd Slash
    Off-road rubber treaded tires
    Dual profile (inner diameters of 2.2" (56mm) and 3.0" (76mm)
    SCT split-spoke chrome with red bead-loc wheels



    INCLUDES: Two Mud Terrain T/A KM2 Tires and wheels



    SPECS: Outer Diameter: 4.3" (109mm)
    Width: 1.7" (43mm)
    Hex: 12mm

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    RC Turnbuckle Jr. Jimmie Neutron's Avatar
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    I would think the traction blocks are too close together for serious mud... and would clog up quick.
    Whatever it is I just said... I could be wrong.

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    I run trenchers on my summit jr and they work for just about anything imo they add a little ground clearance and great on traction.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Timber211 View Post
    I run trenchers on my summit jr and they work for just about anything imo they add a little ground clearance and great on traction.
    I like those tires. What brand are those? Any details you can provide would be appreciated. I looks like you mounted them to the stock wheels. If so, did you just superglue them on?

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    They are proline trenchers 2.0/3.0 tires made for slash on I beleive they were a dynomite brand rim if I remeber right cant remeber the rims for sure but I think that's right they were cheap I remeber that lol and I used regular tire glue from my LHS ....hope that helps
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    Those look like Traxxas Split-spoke wheels which are used on the Slash.
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