SSD RC 8 Hole 1.9” Steel Beadlock Wheels (Black)

SSD RC 8 Hole 1.9” Steel Beadlock Wheels (Black)
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SSD 8 Hole 1.9" Steel Beadlock Wheels feature a black finish and machined aluminum 12mm hubs, combined with an internal beadlock design to create a great looking scale replica of the classic 8-hole style wheel at an affordable price.

Features:

  • Standard 1.9" wheel size
  • Standard 12mm hex mount
  • Internal beadlock system
  • Removable hub
  • Compatible with Vanquish SLW Hubs
  • Stamped steel wheel with black finish
  • CNC machined aluminum hub anodized black
  • Finish off the scale look with SSD Scale Locking Hubs
NOTE:
  • These wheels fit TRX-4 axles
  • Offset hubs with rotors are available (SSD00192, SSD00194, SSD00231)

Specifications:
Width: 25.5mm
Offset: 3.0mm
Backspacing: 10.5mm
Weight: 70g

Includes:
  • (2) Complete assembled wheels

This product was added to our catalog on September 18, 2018

Wednesday, May 20 2020 (5 months ago)
SSD RC 8 Hole 1.9” Steel Beadlock Wheels (Black)
I bought these wheels to match the look of my TRX4 Bronco. They came quickly and in great shape. I mounted them on 1.9 Hyrax from Proline along with Dual Stage Foams. They were a complete pain in the ass to install. I have done several beadlock installs but these just caused me all kinds of hell.

The trick to finally getting them on is to stretch the rubber on the edges out far, going all around the tire. This will cause the rubber to tighten up and the bead will sit more firm. A little cooking oil on the edges let me slide the back and fronts on to the bead and more importantly, on to each other so I could bolt them up.

I love the look for the crawler, they perform fantastic on the backyard course with a mixed material ramp at 50 degree climb. I am giving them a 4/5. I wish the design was a bit better. In fact, they make a tad more expensive wheels that are much easier to put on so consider spending the extra $10 or so.