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Pro-Line Hyrax SCXL SC 2.2"/3.0" Short Course Truck Tires (2) (M2)
Pro-Line Hyrax SCXL SC 2.2"/3.0" Short Course Truck Tires (2) (M2)


 
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Our Price: $25.95

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SKU: PRO1016400
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Pro-Line Hyrax SCXL SC 2.2"/3.0" Short Course Truck Tires are designed from the ground up for incredible grip and stability on the toughest terrain. The Hyrax features an aggressive open tread pattern with each tread block containing multiple sipes for improved forward grip. The highly detailed connected tread on the sidewall of the Hyrax extends out for added scale realism and sidewall rigidity to prevent traction rolls. The SCXL is over ΒΌ" taller than a standard Short Course tire for increased ground clearance and improved handling on rough terrain and is the perfect size for many solid-axle Desert Trucks. The Hyrax is made from Pro-Line's legendary M2 compound, so you know it provides the performance and durability that you can depend on.

Features:
  • Ground up Design for Maximum Performance
  • 1/4" Taller than Standard Short Course Tires
  • Fits Desert Truck Wheels and Standard 2.2"/3.0" SC wheels (may require body trimming)
  • Highly Detailed Sidewall for Scale Looks
  • Stepped Blocks & Multiple Sipes Create Unmatched Grip
  • Tackle Tough Terrain in Scale Style
  • Made in Pro-Line's Legendary M2 Compound
  • Made in the USA, since 1982

Specifications:
Height: 4.75" (121mm)
Width: 1.86" (47mm)

Includes:
(2) Hyrax SCXL 2.2"/3.0" M2 (Medium) All Terrain Tires
(2) Open Cell Foam Inserts


Average Rating: Average Rating: 5 of 5 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 1 Write a review »

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5 of 5 Pro-Line Hyrax SCXL December 30, 2019
Reviewer: Gregory Beacom from Delaware, OH United States  
These tires are exactly what I was looking for for my Losi Rock Rey build. Bigger than a typical SCT tire but with less sidewall roll than the OEM crawler tires. Great traction and turning stability.
GB

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