Crazy Crawler LaserFoam "Basic" 1.9 Foam Crawler Tire Insert (2) (112x35mm) (Trucks Up to 7 Pounds)

Crazy Crawler LaserFoam "Basic" 1.9 Foam Crawler Tire Insert (2) (112x35mm)
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Crazy Crawler LaserFoam "Basic 112x35" 1.9 Foam Crawler Tire Inserts are precision cut open cell foam tire inserts designed for performance. LaserFoam inserts offer incredible lateral stability and sidewall support, yet still remain nice and soft on the contact patch. The material and cut shape ensure that the tire only rolls in the area of the tread that is in contact with the surface, creating great driving characteristics and an incredibly scale look. Plus, the soft open cell foam material allows the insert to fit even when internal weight is added.

These LaserFoams are RECON G6 certified, and fit Axial Maxxis Trepador 1.9 tires. These fit other tires as well, but the foam may require trimming for best performance (see fit list below). 

NOTE: LaserFoam Basic inserts should not be exposed to moisture for a long period of time.

112x35mm LaserFoams are offered in 3 types:  

  • Basic: For light trucks (less than 7 pounds)
  • Heavy Duty (HD): For middle weight trucks (7-10 pounds)
  • WP Magic: For heavy trucks (10+ pounds)

Specifications:
Outer diameter (serrated end): 112mm
Inner diameter: 50mm
Width: 35mm
Weight: 9g ea

112x35mm Fit:
  • Fits perfect
    • Axial Maxxis Trepador Tire
  • Fits well, possible cut required
    • Pit Bull Mad Beast
    • Vaterra Interco TSL SX Super Swamper 
    • RC4WD Mud Basher 1.9“ Scale Tractor Tires 
    • RC4WD Rok Lox 1.9 Comp Tires 
    • RCmodelex Dakar G19 
    • RCmodelex Dakar II M/T G19 
  • Fits, limited performance
    • RC4WD Gladiator Scale 1.9 Tires

This product was added to our catalog on December 6, 2019