Firebrand RC Alpha Dog RTX Pre-Mounted 1/8 Buggy Tires (4) (Black) w/12mm Hex

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Firebrand RC Alpha Dog RTX Pre-Mounted 1/8 Buggy Tires (4) (Black)
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Firebrand Alpha Dog RTX Pre-Mounted 1/8 Buggy Tires feature AlphaDog–RTX 1: 8 Scale Buggy Race wheels and Omega-RTX, Dirt tires. Both are made from the highest quality ABS plastic and rubber materials available. Omegas feature a "staggered-square" knobby tread design surrounded by sharp, omega-shaped treads. These tires give your vehicle all the extra traction you'll ever need to pull out front and get the win. This wheel and tire set works best on packed, dirt course tracks. AlphaDog–RTX wheel and tire set are standard size and will work with most 1:8 scale race buggies. Wheel Size w/Tire: 1.75” (45mm) x 4.25” (108mm). 17mm, hex-fit hubs.

BONUS: Wanna install these on your 1:10 scale truck or buggy? No problem, this wheel and tire set includes 17mm to 12mm Hub Converters. Installation: Hub converters must have an extremely tight fit to work correctly and withstand the pressures applied to them. For proper fit, sand the insertion edges of the converter with fine grit sandpaper. Align sanded converter with the center of the wheel's hub. Cover with cloth and gently hammer into place.


  • 1:8 Scale Buggy Race Wheels, Packed Dirt-Course
  • Wheel Size w/Tire: 1.75” (45mm) x 4.25” (108mm)
  • Soft, Rubber Race Treads, PRE-GLUED (set of 4)
  • Standard size, 17mm Hex-fit hubs
  • Includes 17mm to 12mm Hub Converter

This product was added to our catalog on November 15, 2018

Joseph O'Connor
Monday, Mar 7 2022 (about a year ago)
Firebrand RC Alpha Dog RTX Pre-Mounted 1/8 Buggy Tires (4) (Black)
Nice rubber compound but the inner foams need serious work. They use a split foam and after a few battery packs there is a flat spot in the tire where the foam has pulled apart. If you wanted an upgrade in handling then I suggest you look elsewhere as the foam issue creates a tire that has inconsistent results.