SSD RC 2.2 D Hole Beadlock Wheels (Black) (2)

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SSD RC 2.2 D Hole Beadlock Wheels (Black) (2)
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SSD 2.2" D Hole Beadlock Wheels.

Features:

  • Standard 2.2" wheel size
  • CNC machined aluminum main wheel and hub
  • Black anodizing
  • CNC machined black delrin front ring and inner ring
  • Internal beadlock system
  • Easy to mount tire, only 5 screws
  • Standard 12mm hex mount
  • Also fits Axial 12mm hex
  • Removable hub
  • Compatible with Vanquish SLW wheel hub system
  • Specially made scale steel hex head bolts with yellow zinc plating (SSD00028)
NOTE:
  • Scale hex bolts may need to be tightened or threadlock before use. Tool not included (SSD00053)
  • For Proline tires use the SSD PL wheels (SSD00152)
  • Also available in silver (SSD00158)
Specifications:
Wheel width:
38.0mm
Tire bead width: 33.25mm
Offset: +1.6mm
Backspacing: 17.0mm
Weight: 92g

Includes:
  • (2) Complete assembled wheels

This product was added to our catalog on January 25, 2017

Saturday, Jun 5 2021 (about a year ago)
SSD RC 2.2 D Hole Beadlock Wheels (Black) (2)
i have a set of these but the 'proline' specific wheels with the duel stage foams and had no issues with installation Mike appears to have purchased the incorrect wheels for his proline tires which is why he may of had a hard time with the installation. I swap out tires alot so having bead locks makes this very convenient
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Monday, Nov 9 2020 (about a year ago)
SSD RC 2.2 D Hole Beadlock Wheels (Black) (2)
One of the most difficult wheels to install. I got these with the hyrax and dual stage clams. I'd literally rather work on a full size car tire than these. The problem is getting the notches inside to align with the plastic deformable inner wheel while compressing the foam to get the super short screws to engage. It can be done but it's very difficult. I'm going back to glue on after this.

Once done they are nice but you'll never want to take them apart which defeats the purpose of beadlocks.