Axial Ripsaw 2.2" Rock Crawler Tires (2) (R35)

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Axial Ripsaw 2.2" Rock Crawler Tires (2) (R35)
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This is a set of two Axial 2.2 Ripsaw Tires, in R35 Compound. Within the full size rock crawling & off-road race segments, overall tire diameters have been on the rise, literally. This has directly influenced RC Crawlers and the Axial Ripsaw reflects this attraction of flirting with rocks at speed with a compelling design that will give your rig and aggressive competition look, while at the same time drastically improving performance.

The Axial 2.2 Ripsaw Tires are a realistic looking tire for the image-conscious scale crawler, but will also help to improve performance with an aggressive tread design, the sticky R35 compound and great ground clearance. Crawlers will benefit from more ground clearance where it counts, as the Ripsaw measures 5.5" [140mm] in diameter. This gives the lowest point on the 4X4 axle housing more clearance thus giving you more tactical driving options in those sticky predicaments!

Features:
  • Realistic and aggressive tread design for the ultimate scale appearance and performance
  • 5.5" (140mm) tall for extreme ground clearance
  • Molded ribbing between the lugs help keep mud and snow from packing into the tire tread
  • Recessed lugs for additional traction
  • Standard foam included
  • "R35 - White Dot" sticky rubber compound
  • Dimensions: 5.5" tall x 2.1" wide

This product was added to our catalog on September 11, 2017

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Tuesday, Sep 28 2021 (11 months ago)
Axial Ripsaw 2.2" Rock Crawler Tires (2) (R35)
Probably my favorite of all the RC tires I’ve ran for U4 type racing, based on size and tread design but Axial has changed the compound or something because the most recent set tore one by one just above the bead on the sidewall after two nights of racing, which is pretty disappointing. The previous set I ran was an older set by several years and never had this problem.