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SSD RC D Hole 1.9 Steel Beadlock Crawler Wheels (Black) (2)

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SSD D Hole 1.9" Steel Beadlock Wheels feature a plated finish, machined aluminum 12mm hubs and beadlock rings, combined with an internal beadlock design and SSD scale hex head bolts to round out the package.

Features:

  • Standard 1.9" wheel size
  • Standard 12mm hex mount
  • Internal beadlock system
  • Removable hub
  • Compatible with Vanquish SLW Hubs
  • Stamped steel wheel with black or zinc plated finish
  • CNC machined aluminum hub and rings
  • Specially made scale steel 2mm hex head bolts with yellow zinc plating
  • Finish off the scale look with SSD Scale Locking Hubs

NOTE:

  • A 2mm (M2) hex socket is required. This tool is not included and must be purchased separately (SSD00053).
  • Scale hex bolts may need to be tightened or threadlock before use.

Specifications:
Width: 22mm
Offset: +1.5mm
Backspacing: 10.5mm
Weight: 76g

Includes:
  • (2) Complete assembled wheels

This product was added to our catalog on May 5, 2016

Verified Owner
Friday, Mar 30 2018 (about a year ago)
SSD RC D Hole 1.9 Steel Beadlock Crawler Wheels (Black) (2)
These wheels are absolutely beautiful. Unfortunately, It took me a while to figure out how to install some Proline Hyrax tires on to these wheels. I had to look up 2 videos on youtube to before my brain made sense of it all. Once I figured it out and got the tires mounted, it was a breeze. I do recommend for anyone with these wheels to use threadlocker on all of the screws. One CON that I do have was that on the last wheel I was working on(I know, it had to be the last wheel) I found 4 of those 2mm bolts to be torqued on to the beadlock. I couldn't remove the bolts because it was stripped. It must have been a disgruntle employee sticking it to the man by over torquing these screws on to the wheel. So I had to grab some stubby needle nose pliers and used sheer force to take those bolts off. With some forceful encouragement and a few 4 letter words yelled out randomly, I got the bolts off and replaced it with some of the spares that were included. I did scratch the surface of the rim a bit, but it adds to the scale realism to my truck now. Thanks Amain for shipping these wheels and tires rather quickly.