do any of you know if prolines sand paw paddle tire will work on a slash? just curious.
"R.I.P. George Carlin"
WHAT!!!where the heck have i been, when did he die?
He died sunday of heart failure. He was 71, but he had 2 heart attacks and some open heart surgery a few years ago. He will be missed.Originally Posted by jayw
If it's wet, sticky, and not yours..DONT TOUCH IT!
George Carlin doesn't work well with paddle tires.
Get your vote on.
Haha thats fine I dont even have a slash. I want one though. And ya that is pretty sad news he was ne of the funniest people in the world.
Here is a shot of a Slash with paddles. Taken at this last weekends Silver Lake baja 5B bash.
I don't see any picture posted. I think the Paddle tires made for the Bandit would probably work pretty well. They would be a bit small but they wouldn't rub inside the body or anything, that might be worth a try too.Originally Posted by generalg
here are some shots i just took w/my phone. prolines w/rpm rims. this rim is offered in 2 offsets. these are the wide offset. I have another pair going on the narrow track rims.
That actually looks cool! I would like to see some action shots of that or better yet, some video!
To err is human, to arr is pirate!
yeah, pretty tuff to keep the front on the ground!. even in the loosest gravel or sand. should have some great pics and video this weekend. heading out to our local off road park for some major bashing. hope to break something as I have not yet and I have tried. its already seen like 4-5 10ft or higher jumps and many more wipe outs!!
that looks sick man. how does it preform?
traction is sick, tuff to keep the front end down on any surface.
I might have to try that when I get mine