AKA Cityblock 1/8 Truggy Pre-Mounted Tires (Medium) (2)

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This is a set of two Pre-Mounted AKA City Block 1/8th scale off-road buggy tires in Medium compound. The City Block tire is designed for hard to medium-packed surfaces. The two-stage tread features square mini-pins on top of rectangular blocks. The square mini pins are designed for superior grip on a hard-packed, high-traction racing surface. The rectangular blocks underneath the mini pins provide greater tread depth, which is also makes this versatile tire ideal for those times when you drift into the loose dirt.

The AKA tires include lightweight, long-lasting contoured foam inserts for a more balanced tire and wheel assembly, which will deliver noticeable performance gains over heavy, out of balance inserts. Reducing rotating, unsprung weight in the tire, insert and wheel produces the biggest performance gains over any other weight reduction.

Designing competition-worthy wheels is a black art, and there’s no two people more practiced in the art than Mark Pavidis and Gil Losi, Jr. The knowledge of both is poured into the design of the AKA wheels for the ultimate balance of durability and flex for maximum performance. Both buggy and truck versions of the AKA wheels (available in white and yellow) feature a larger diameter, which reduces sidewall flex to keep more tread on the racing surface for crisp acceleration and steering response.

Pre-mounted AKA tires use the same tires, wheels and inserts that are available separately. That means you can expect to get the same great performance and all you have to do is install them on your vehicle. The tires will be bonded with the highest-quality CA adhesive available to ensure long–lasting adhesion, giving you the peace of mind that your tires will stay glued to the wheels so you can focus on winning!

This product was added to our catalog on March 20, 2009.