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DE Racing "SpeedLine PLUS" 1/8 Truggy Wheel (4) (White)

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This is a pack of four DE Racing "Speedline PLUS" 1/8 Truggy Wheels. The guys at DE are turning up the heat once again, in a quest to reinvent the wheel. The DE Racing SpeedLine PLUS Truggy wheel is a game changing wheel for demanding truggy racers that delivers maximum corner control and stability by utilizing DE's "Sure Lock" foam retention system. This system, comprised of radial ribs that lock the wheel and foam insert together, retains maximum tire traction to the racing surface while eliminating the vague inconsistencies that come from an insert that is free to move around on its wheel. Combine this with the highest level of precision, durability, and a scant 58g race weight and the choice is clear. Don't settle for second best, get "locked in" with DE Racing SpeedLine PLUS.

Features:

  • "Sure Lock" foam retention system
  • Secures foam with NO effect on tire Shape or Diameter
  • Large 4.0" diameter (101.5mm)
  • Lightest 4.0" truggy wheel at just 58g
  • Smooth dish face with bold logo
  • Glue channel for clean tire install
  • 100% Made In U.S.A.
  • Available in a variety of colors

This product was added to our catalog on November 15, 2017

Chip Bacon
Average Rating: 5
Verified Owner
Friday, May 31 2019 (3 weeks ago)
DE Racing "SpeedLine PLUS" 1/8 Truggy Wheel (4) (White)
Best dish wheels. Stronger more durable and keeps it firm round shape unlike other brands like proline and aka after a couple of runs the plastic runs so soft that you can gently squeeze the tire and it is oval while these de brand is very firm. Forget team associated they crack or split on a soft to medium landing impact. P.S. if you find it hard to fit on the hub of any car and any scale. Use a body reamer and lightly ream the hole and test fit it. There is a small amount of plastic run off that causes the wheels to fit properly.