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Pro-Line is ready to unleash the long-awaited lightweight, belted tire solution for X-MAXX® and KRATON™ 8S owners with the highest performance tire and wheel combo ever conceived: The Masher X HP tires mounted on Raid 5.7" Wheels! Pro-Line Masher tires are known for being the standard when it comes to chevron Monster Truck style tread and Pro-Line took it to the eXtreme on the Masher X by adding futuristic tread and sidewall detail that will make your truck look incredible and perform amazingly everywhere you go. The all-new Masher X HP tires go one step further by being BELTED to handle extreme power and high speeds with ease. No tire ballooning here! These tires and Raid 5.7" wheels have been developed from the ground up to be lightweight and durable enough to handle extreme X-MAXX® and KRATON™ 8S punishment to give you the best all-around bashing experience possible.
The Raid 5.7" Black Wheel features a 24mm hex with the standard 1/5 scale through-hole to fit most 1/5 scale vehicles and includes machined aluminum wheel washers to fit onto the popular X-MAXX® platform. Inspired by popular full-size off-road wheels, the Raid 5.7" wheel is extremely tough and has the bold style to match. The low-profile Masher X HP tires are glued to the big diameter Raid wheel for the ultimate in lightweight, all-terrain performance. The Masher X HP tires are made from Pro-Line's legendary M2 compound for unmatched grip on the dirt, street, grass, and gravel. This tire and wheel package is proudly manufactured at Pro-Line Headquarters in the USA! If you are ready to take your X-MAXX® and KRATON™ 8S to the next level of Performance and Durability, then you need Pro-Line's new Masher X HP BELTED Tires mounted to Raid 5.7" Wheels!
*Please note that the Masher X HP tires have a maximum speed rating that, if exceeded, could result in permanently damaging the internal belt. Over revving your Masher X HP tires could result in breaking the internal belt, which will NOT be covered under warranty. This can be caused by "diffing out" your tires or holding the throttle open while one, two or three of your tires are stopped, which substantially increases the RPM sent to the free spinning tire or tires.*
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