Reviews for Pro-Line Racing Split Six 2.2/3.0 Bead-Loc Wheels (2) (Slash/Rear) (Black/Black) [PRO2715-02]

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Liam P
Verified Owner
Saturday, Oct 11 2014 (about a year ago)
Pro-Line Racing Split Six 2.2/3.0 Bead-Loc Wheels (2) (Slash/Rear) (Black/Black)
Great wheel very easy to install and great not having to use glue but one thing, keep your wheel nuts tight you don't want to strip the hexes But great product good job proline
stephen schroeder
Verified Owner
Saturday, Nov 23 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line Racing Split Six 2.2/3.0 Bead-Loc Wheels (2) (Slash/Rear) (Black/Black)
Absolutely great wheel. I am a basher slash 4X4 castle 1415 3S with TrencherX and not 1 problem. Had them on the truck through 3 sets of tires so far and flawless.
Eric Rangel
Verified Owner
Wednesday, Apr 24 2013 (about 2 years ago)
Pro-Line Racing Split Six 2.2/3.0 Bead-Loc Wheels (2) (Slash/Rear) (Black/Black)
They arrived extremely quick. They are a bit heavier than stock but its nice not having to glue tires anymore. They look good and the weight doesnt hinder performance at all but im just a basher. Overall great product and quality.
Johnathan Scott
Verified Owner
Sunday, Jan 29 2012 (about 4 years ago)
Pro-Line Racing Split Six 2.2/3.0 Bead-Loc Wheels (2) (Slash/Rear) (Black/Black)
tried mine out today, must have been install error cause i lost a rear 1/2 way through quali. they look and feel great. a bit heavier but i could not tell from the stand. i re installed the spun off tire after cleaning and i'm pretty sure its on there right now. if they work out, i can see saving lots of money on wheels and glue, also the added benefit of switching tires or foams at the track depending on conditions. great product so far.
Randy Kennedy
Verified Owner
Thursday, Oct 20 2011 (about 4 years ago)
Pro-Line Racing Split Six 2.2/3.0 Bead-Loc Wheels (2) (Slash/Rear) (Black/Black)
These wheels are really helpful. I have not had great luck gluing tires even with cleaning beads, etc. However, with the bead-lock wheels they stay put! I’ve experienced big-air, running 3s lipo with wheels spinning into discs to get the nose up and they held tight. They are heavier, but for me, a bit heavier is faster than a dismounted tire. If I were “faster” then maybe I’d get pre-mounted tires. But for now the bead-locks are THE way to go. Bit of advice, make sure your wheel nuts are tight. These wheels are more expensive than glue-ons and it’d be a waste to ruin the wheel by “rounding” the hex.