Post your tire and rim setup pics

punisher

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just like the title says post your tire and rim set up

so i have the stock tires and rims

and i also have have the hpi dirt bonz with hpi dish wheels in black i love them here are some pics
stock savage 25


hpi dirt bonz with hpi dish
 
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punisher

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i like that set up how much lighter then stock ? i know hpi set up i have is at least 20% lighter
can u use those badlands on any surface ?
 

Mickey

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those badlands are almost 2 years old and i do run them on every surface. they do give up some grip on hard pack dirt but they work really well on every other surface. as for the wieght I'm not sure. definatly lighter then the 25 stock tires but ill bet they are heavier then the dirtbones. ill say this those wheels are the toughest wheel i have used yet.
 

MikeK1981

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They are pretty light as they are smaller sized tires. Increased my performance quite a bit over the stock XL setup and the Tremor/Goliath combo I also have.
 

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I have 2 sets of wheels that are unique. I'll have to get pics of them and post them here. Never been used probably won't.
 

MikeK1981

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Anything 40 series is going to be pretty heavy. I don't have any but I've heard that the Axial beadlocks with the Pro-Line Moabs is a heavy setup.
 

xtremsavage

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Here's the awaited pics. Just a few different angle shots. Pro-line Badlands on Blue Groove dual offset rims.



Sorry, this pic is a little blurry. I either moved or didn't wait for the camera to focus when I took it.




 

Meatwad

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Trenchers on axial wheels. Awesome tires that seem to work just about everywhere. About the same weight or a tiny bit heavier than terrapins on stock wheels.
 
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