Then you will need a sharp pair of scissors to cut the tires and some fast set thin ca glue and some rubberized ca tire glue.
Take the tire in your hand and find blank spots on the side of the tire to make sure your not cutting into the lettering.
Hold the scissors perpendicular to the bead of the tire and cut next to one of the lugs on the tread of the tire. Cut as straight as possible, or follow tread pattern for interlocking fit.
Place tire on the wheel as you would to mount it and check to see that the cut location is a proper fit, there should be a slight gap, this will ensure a nice tight fit after gluing.
Once you are happy with the cut, its time to glue’em up. you will want to tack the tire back together with the quick set CA glue, such as Pro-Line Tire Glue. Once dry, you will want to add another layer of rubberized glue along the seam inside the tire.
Once dry, mount normally. Congratulations, you are now the proud owner of Pro-Line 1.55″ Tires!
For our 8th Wedding Anniversary, my wife and I planned a trip to Columbus, Ohio to attend the third round of Scotty Ernst’s Off-Road Showdown. It is a 15-hour round trip from our house to Sparks Park RC Raceway so I decided to enter four classes to get as much track time as possible. In addition my wife raced in the Novice division.
I had previously attended round 2 at Beach RC and was highly impressed with the way Scotty Ernst ran the race program so we decided it was a great way to spend our anniversary.
Friday was a full day of practice; it was also my first time on the track with my brand new HB D413. I spent the majority of the time getting familiar with the Buggy and working out any kinks associated with a new build. We were told treaded, clay compound tires were best for the surface at Sparks Park but with track maintenance and frequent watering the best tires ended up being Pro-Line Primes. I had a full set of Primes for all my vehicles except my 4wd Buggy so I had to make due with what I had in that class.
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It’s giveaway time! With the help of Pro-Line Racing we are giving away 2 sets of their Interco TSL SX Super Swamper XL Premount tires. We have a set of 1.9″ and a set of 2.2″ for you to add to your ride! The contest starts right now and ends Friday August 26th at midnight cst.
With the 2016 IFMAR Worlds coming back to the USA for the first time since 2008, professional R/C Racers are trying to win as many events as they possibly can to send a message to the competition.
Ty Tessmann, looking to repeat as IFMAR world champion, is again having a less than stellar season leading up to the ROAR Nationals. Last year, he dominated this event, and with him winning the ROAR Warm-up will he walk away from this race with a win?
The impressive, covered, Thornhill Racing Circuit once again hosts the ROAR Nationals. Would we see another thrilling finish as we did in 2014 or would it once more be nothing more than a race for 2nd?
Again, Mike Garrison tells the story of a very exciting ROAR Nationals.
Special thanks: Everyone at Pro-Line Racing & Adam Drake, Dakotah Phend, the Tessmann Family and everyone that has helped us along the way.
Last weekend the 1st Round of the German Nationals took place at MSC Sand. Host of the 1:8 European Championships in 2014. Unfortunately the weather on Friday was bad with rain, but turned into sunshine for Saturday and Sunday. The track grooved up nicely and was in perfect conditions. After 5 Rounds of qualifying it was 2 SRX8 in the semi final and Jörn could take the TQ spot.
Both semi-finals were won by Serpent drivers, semi A by Jörn and semi B by Daniel Reckwardt. Jörn could take the pole position for the 40-minutes main final, Daniel started from position 7. At the start Jörn had a tumble and fell back to the last position, but thanks to a great performance and amazing fuel mileage he could take the lead again just before the end and take the victory.