RC4WD Black Rhino Armory Internal Beadlock 1.0" Wheels (4)

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RC4WD Black Rhino Armory Internal Beadlock 1.0" Wheels (4)
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This is a pack of four RC4WD Black Rhino Armory Internal Beadlock 1.0" intended for the RC4WD 1/18 Gelande II, but can also be used with the Axial SCX24. These wheels fit a 7mm hex. 

SCX24 Note:
  • These wheels have a small offset (few mm's per side), pushing the wheels wider than the stock width. It is minor, but it is there.  
  • These wheels should be used with RC4WD 1.0" Tires; Axial tires will probably not work. 
  • Stamped Steel Wheels
  • Amazing Detail
  • Scale 1.6x2mm outer screws (0.7mm hex)
  • Licensed Black Rhino Armory finish
  • Fits Standard 7mm Hex
Wheel Size: 1''
OD: 1.09in / 27.5mm
Width: 0.57in / 14.7mm
Center Hole OD: 0.1in / 2.55mm
Negative Offset: 0.3in / 1mm
Each Weight: 0.42oz / 12g

  • (4) RC4WD Black Rhino Armory Internal Beadlock Deep Dish 1.0" Wheels
  • (4) Removable Center Covers
  • (1) Cover Tool
  • (1) Miniature Scale Hex Bolt Tool (M2 Hex)
  • (1) Black Rhino Decal Sheet

This product was added to our catalog on February 8, 2022

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Thursday, Apr 28 2022 (9 months ago)
RC4WD Black Rhino Armory Internal Beadlock 1.0" Wheels (4)
Pros: very detailed and look perfect to scale. Really easy to install tires and having the proper tools included for install is a major plus. Nice weight and well balanced. The finish is durable and looks REALLY nice in action.

Cons: Be sure to use blue loctite on the “lugs” that secure the front to the back of the wheel. I lost a single functional lug and 10 non-functional rivets (faux studs to look like real bead lock wheels). One hour long session on some mild-moderate terrain and all of the previously mentioned components are gone. I’m assuming one lug being missing won’t have any negative consequences in terms of performance/functionality, but it’s a bit disappointing that a single session had these results.