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PRO118230 Pro-Line Badlands Mounted Traxxas Slash 2wd SC 2.2"/3.0" M2 Tires(4)
PRO118230 Pro-Line Badlands SC 2.2"/3.0" M2 (Medium) Tires for SC Trucks Front or Rear (4)


 
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List Price: $75.95
Our Price: $57.95

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SKU: PRO118230
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The Pro-Line Badlands SC Slash 4 Pack offers Slash owners motocross style tread with huge, long-lasting lugs in an all inclusive pre-mounted package! The Badlands tread design is made for the die-hard motocrosser in you. Its oversized grass and dirt shredding lugs offer you the ultimate in performance under all-terrain type conditions. The lugs are designed to ensure longevity while spitting up the surface below. Made from soft yet durable M2 compound, the Badlands tire is poised for battle and ready to take your Short Course to the next level of bashing heaven.

The Badlands SC tires are mounted on Split Six 2wd Front and Rear Slash® Wheels. The Split Six wheel has become a best-selling wheel design due to its scale appearance and extreme durability. Pro-Line is making it easier than ever to get outside by offering the Badlands SC Tire on Slash® Split Six Front and Rear Wheels Pre-Mounted for your convenience!

Features:

  • Tire:
    • Reader's Choice Award Winning Tread Design
    • Super Aggressive Styling
    • Motocross style tread for longevity and traction
    • Made from Pro-Line's Legendary M2 Race Rubber
    • Made in the USA, since 1982 - Read about Pro-Line Racing's History
  • Wheel:
    • A Slash® Fan Favorite
    • 4-Pack Front (1pr) and Rear (1pr) Included
    • 3-piece Design
    • Made from High-strength, Durable DuPont Nylon
    • Same Track Width as Stock Wheels
    • Deep Satin Black Finish
Specifications:
Height: 4.40" (112mm)
Width: 1.96" (50mm)

Includes:
  • (2) Badlands SC 2.2"/3.0" Tires Mounted on Split Six Black Slash® Front Wheels
  • (2) Badlands SC 2.2"/3.0" Tires Mounted on Split Six Black Slash® Rear Wheels

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