ProLine Blockade 1:8 Buggy Tyres - X3 Soft (2)

Brand: Pro Line

Part Number: PL9039-003

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This is a pair of Blockade 1:8 Buggy Race Tires in the X Compound.   Historic. Revolutionary. The Best. Just a few words that have been used to describe Pro-Line's new Blockade tire. History was made the first time the Blockade touched the race track – Winning the 2011 ROAR Fuel Off-Road Nationals by 2 laps at the hands of Ryan Cavalieri! Now available in the X Series Compounds!  The Revolutionary tread design features large lugs for class leading tread life, perfectly balanced tread spacing for maximum forward bite and uniquely blended side tread that reduces the edginess found in other race tires. This tire will give your buggy qualifying speed with tread life capable of handling hour long A-mains. Pro-Line's Blockade is the new must-have 1:8 Buggy Race tire and will dominate your local track. The Blockade – The latest way that Pro-Line is Racing to Bring You The Best!

Please note: All tires & wheels are sold in pairs, unless otherwise noted.


Features:

  • History making - 2011 ROAR Fuel Off-Road National Champion
  • Revolutionary tread design for maximum life and traction
  • Now Available in the X Series Compounds
  • Next Generation Closed Cell Inserts included
  • Made in the USA, since 1982 - Read about Pro-Line Racing’s History
What's Included:
  • Blockade 1:8 Buggy Off-Road Race Tires (2 pc)
  • Closed Cell Foam Inserts (2 pcs)
Spec:

 
Height:   4.37" (111mm)
Width:   1.68" (43mm)
     
     
     
 
  • Brand: Pro Line
  • Part No: PL9039-003
  • Pack Quantity: 2

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