Remember Me? Page 1 of 2 1 2 Last Jump to page: Results 1 to 40 of Thread: Proline badlands worth the money? Proline badlands worth the money? The badlands ballon just as much I would get the duratrax x six pack like badland style tread They are belt will not ballon nearly as much The only down side is that they are only sold on eBay Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk.
The badlands still ballon some but not nearly as easy and as much as stock tires. They are a nice upgrade. They do make the truck handle different and add weight but the pros out weigh the cons imo. Originally Posted by Overpowerxmaxx. I will the ballooning depends on the power system your running Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk.
Pro-Line Badlands MX38 3.8 on F-11 1/2" Offset 17mm Hex Wheels (2)
The balloon is not really noticeable on the stock power system, and they will, however, balloon a little bit if you get water in them. Has anybody here ever blown apart a badland with there bead lock system?
Buy a new set of stock tires and rims. They are lighter and better all around. Originally Posted by dallas I agree but I think I'll go for the hatchet personally. They are belted and lighter. Which means less broken parts. Sent from my Phone using Tapatalk. Originally Posted by Clubin. Yeah, The ballooning on the badlands is hardly noticeable. Night and day difference from stock.This is a pair of 2. Pro-Line is taking 2. Pro-Lines Badlands tires are known for their signature Motocross inspired tread and a bigger and bolder knobby tread that resembles modern MX tire design.
You'll have your truck throwing up giant rooster tails of dirt, mud, and anything else it comes across when using this high-performance tires! Compared to previous versions of the Badlands tires, this new version features improved traction, increased wear resistance, and even more style. The Badlands tires come pre-mounted on F 2.
The F wheel helps bring out the tough and rugged appearance of a full-size truck in your vehicle. The deep black satin finish of this incredibly durable DuPont nylon wheel will help your truck stand out. The wheels come with a molded-in bead-loc ring and lug nuts, 11 triangulated spokes, and a scale P-L logo to tie it all off.
Pro-Line continues to make it easy to have your vehicle ready for some outdoor adventures with the pre-mounted Badlands MX28 2. Tech Specs : Height : 5. Select all. Pro-Line Badlands MX28 2. Add to Cart. Current Stock:. Email when back in stock. Add to Wish List. Reviews View All. Adding your products to cart. View or edit your cart Continue Shopping. Account Sign In Email Address:.
Forgot your password? Create Account.Remember Me? Results 1 to 10 of Thread: Proline Badlands vs Trenchers. Proline Badlands vs Trenchers So this is not a question post, but more of a review on these two. I've had a set of Badlands on the rear of my Slash for over a month and a half, and after some hard use including some dumb, hard surface and tire spinning moments they were wore out.
They were awesome on the rear for running in short grass, dirt and whatever else I threw it in. Wheelies for DAYS! I got a set for the front as well and man It turns so quick that I had to adjust my driving style drastically to accommodate the added traction up front. Fast forward to now the Badlands on the rear are all but wore out. On a random trip to the local Hobbytown I saw they had a set of Trenchers. I've heard some great things about these tires for the conditions I run in, so I figured I'd give them a shot.
So now the Slash has Badlands on the front and Trenchers on the rear. I ran it a while like this and then swapped them around putting the Trenchers on the front and the Badlands on the rear.
So I'll break it down into two groups. When going from a dead stop to wide open, it would spin a good bit in the short grass. Rooster tails would be flying up behind it. There was little to no difference in speed between having the Badlands on the rear and now the Trenchers, but I feel that I could get it to accelerate quicker with progressing the throttle with the Badlands rather than just going wide open and letting it spin its way to speed.
I also noticed that while cruising along and then going wide open it would spin. It's actually kind of fun to do because the rear kind of kicks sideways a bit and slides around. Those are the moments that with the Badlands on the rear it would have wheelied.
In some areas of semi-packed dirt they would hook pretty well but still with a good amount of tire spin. Turning was still amazing with Badlands on the front.Your question may be answered by sellers, manufacturers, or customers who purchased this item, who are all part of the Amazon community.
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Badlands MX M2 (Medium) All Terrain 1:8 Buggy Tires
These are great for trucks running factory 17mm hexes or 17mm hex conversions. Tire Features: Awesome These are an awesome addition to the Traxxas E-Revo 2. Pro-Line is These are 4. Pro-Line knows tires and understands that the strongest bond possible between the Tire and Wheel is a critical aspect of performance and The body is supplied clear, but is painted in the image to better show the This is a pair of Pro-Line Badlands 3.
These are perfect for the Traxxas This is the Pro-Line Split Six 2. See notes below about recommended tires for use with this setup.
Extended body These tires stand a massive 8. These are the Pro-Line Prime 2. The removable hex design makes these super versatile, and easy to repair should This is a pair of Pro-Line Trencher 2. The body is supplied clear, but is painted in the image to better show the design. Truck is This fits Pro-Line Body Mount Kit part numbers, The removable hex design makes these super versatile, and easy to repair These are designed for use with 2.
Many indoor off-road race tracks have turned to carpet or pure clay style dirt in search of These are the Pro-Line 1.
The removable hex design makes these super versatile, and easy Extended body mounts are required to mount this. The body is supplied clear, but is painted in the image to betterModel: PRO Current Stock:.
Quantity: Increase Quantity: Decrease Quantity:. Add to Wishlist. Brand: Pro-Line. These are an awesome addition to the Traxxas E-Revo 2. Pro-Line is taking the 3. Pro-Line Badlands tires are known for having a sweet Motocross inspired tread and the all-new Badlands MX38 tires kick that up a notch with a Bigger and Bolder knobby tread that matches modern MX tire design.
Just imagine your truck throwing up huge rooster tails with these awesome looking tires! Compared to the previous Pro-Line Badlands tires, you can expect even better traction, improved wear resistance and enhanced style. The Badlands MX38 comes conveniently pre-mounted to our F wheel. Pro-Line's F wheel features scale bolt head details and a swept back face that will stand out from the crowd of boring wheels.
This 17mm hex wheel is sure to make your truck stand out from the rest. Be the first on your block to get the all-new Badlands MX38 tires mounted with F wheels. You May Also Like.
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This is a pair of Pro-Line Badlands 3. These are perfect for the Traxxas Out of stock. These are the Pro-Line Trencher X 3. These massive tires are a great upgrade for trucks with 17mm hexes link the Traxxas E-Revo 2. This is a pair of Pro-Line Shockwave 3. The Shockwave 3.So what has happened so far. Premium categories have really accelerated. Comparing cosmetics purchases between 2011 and 2015, 44 percent of consumers have traded up their purchases, compared with 4 percent who traded down.
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