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HPI 12mm Hex 26mm Vintage 5-Spoke Wheel (2) (0mm Offset) (Black)

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This is a set of two 26mm Black 5 Spoke Vintage wheels from HPI Racing. The Vintage Series is designed to give realistic looks to HPI's popular line of vintage car bodies. These wheels come in two offsets, 0mm offset for the front and 6mm offset rear wheels for an extra-wide stance. The 0mm wheels can also be used on all four corners of most electric and nitro touring cars. And, the 6mm wheels can be used on all four corners of 190mm touring cars to allow the use of 200mm bodies. Three finishes are available: shiny chrome, matte chrome, and black.

Note: HPI Vintage Racing Tires must be used with these wheels.

This product was added to our catalog on October 29, 2008

Verified Owner
Thursday, May 26 2011 (about 8 years ago)
HPI 12mm Hex 26mm Vintage 5-Spoke Wheel (2) (0mm Offset) (Black)
Nice looking wheel. I painted mine to match the car and it turned heads. If your going to race with these, you may be diassapointed with the fit, lots of slop. Overall a good wheel, but use I the 3813 - 8 spoke on raceday.
Verified Owner
Friday, Apr 1 2011 (about 8 years ago)
HPI 12mm Hex 26mm Vintage 5-Spoke Wheel (2) (0mm Offset) (Black)
Well I love these rims, they look great with the cuda body I have. The package says that you can only use the vintage tires, they are wrong, I bought 4 of these rims and 4 of the losi drift tires, the cheap ones, and they fit good, have to use a small screw driver to help the tires over one of the lips on the rims but it makes it to where you do not have to glue them so they are easy to change. They do not come off and I was drifting at high speed with these, so the glue is not really necessary, but if you want to be extra cautious then glue them, thats about it.