CA Tire Glue w/Glue Tip (Medium) (0.75oz) by ProTek RC

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This is a 0.75 ounce bottle of ProTek R/C CA Tire Glue in Medium thickness. ProTek R/C CA Glue is a high performance clear cyanoacrylate with a medium viscosity that ensures gap penetration with a relatively quick 5-10 minute dry time.

ProTek R/C CA Tire Glue is ideal for mounting rubber tires onto R/C car plastic wheels, but is ideal for a wide variety of applications and will bond nearly anything; ProTek R/C CA Tire Glue is not foam safe however.


  • Medium viscosity
  • 5-10 minute dry time
  • Ideal for gluing R/C tires
  • Bonds nearly any material
  • Compact, pocket sized bottle
  • One glue tip included (also available separately: PTK-1571)
  • Made in USA

NOTE: This glue is not foam safe.


ProTek R/C is an brand

This product was added to our catalog on June 24, 2016.

Verified Owner
Thursday, Oct 27 2016 (2 months ago)
ProTek RC CA Tire Glue w/Glue Tip (Medium) (0.75oz)
I had the same result..... I can slightly peel the tire away pressing on the tire with my thumb..... dissappointing for sure.... a full set of jconcepts wheels and tires...... proline pro bond never let me down ..... and I always clean with simple green)
Eric Olson
Verified Owner
Sunday, Oct 9 2016 (3 months ago)
ProTek RC CA Tire Glue w/Glue Tip (Medium) (0.75oz)
Worked fine for my 1:10 stuff. Did not hold up well on my 1:8 E-buggy. Tires prepped and cleaned as normal. Pretty disappointing. Held on to the wheels, but did not adhere to the tires.)
Jerry Thines
Tuesday, Jul 12 2016 (6 months ago)
ProTek RC CA Tire Glue w/Glue Tip (Medium) (0.75oz)
I wanted to give this stuff a try since it's a ProTek product and I'm glad I did. It's as good as anything I've ever used. The glue tip is also better and easier to use than the thin straws in my opinion.)