JConcepts Tribute 12mm Aluminum Hex Adaptor (Black) (2) (25mm Offset)

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JConcepts Tribute 12mm Aluminum Hex Adaptor (Black) (2) (25mm Offset)
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The JConcepts Aluminum 25mm Offset Tribute Wheel Adaptor offers Tribute owners the option of increasing the track width on their monster truck. Enthusiasts can now power up and race worry free with the widest track width available from JConcepts.

The precision machined hexes are light-weight, feature black anodizing with laser engraved offset markings. The hex adaptors bolt-up just like the stock parts, utilizing the stock hardware in a beefy 6 lug pattern.

  • Machined aluminum design
  • Black anodizing
  • Laser engraved offset marking
  • 25mm offset with 6 lug bolt pattern - wide track width
  • Mega durability
  • Direct fit to JCO3377 Tribute wheels

This product was added to our catalog on May 24, 2017

Mo "Money"
Tuesday, Nov 26 2019 (about 4 years ago)
JConcepts Tribute 12mm Aluminum Hex Adaptor (Black) (2) (25mm Offset)
With hesitation I picked this up as my SMT10 has been getting a lot of $$$ upgrades. With my rig putting down some massive power. I needed something stronger on the wheels to minimize and flexing. ALthough, they didn't fit perfectly right off the bat. They did do the job, making the wheel adpator stronger. Allowing me to have more confidence with jumps.

- Great Product
- Easy install
- Strong item


- Pricey
- Not a perfect fit
Robert Bilicki
Verified Owner
Tuesday, Sep 3 2019 (about 4 years ago)
JConcepts Tribute 12mm Aluminum Hex Adaptor (Black) (2) (25mm Offset)
You got to f#$&ing kidding me. So my modded SMT10 has enough power that the wheel centers that came with the tributes were starting to fail. So I bit the bullet and paid 51 bucks for these. So I take my truck out to try it with them and the other upgrades I did and a wheel comes flying off 90 seconds in and lands in my neighbors garden. My neighbor's daughter helps me find the wheel, I find another nut and I crank them as hard as I can with my MIP driver. I go out again and lose a front wheel in about 90 seconds. From what I can tell serreted nuts just don't work on aluminum like the way they dig into a plastic wheel hub. From what I can tell these are not going to work for a 2 minute freestyle session. Maybe lock washers will fix the problem, but if it needs lock washers why the hell did it not come with them for the 51 dollars a set?