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    Need new boots, what should I run... sledgehammer? Proline?

    Thinking p-line mashers with the 12mm aluminum hub upgrades. I want to avoid 17mm and I think these 6x30 wheels mounts are going to be awesome. May be the new standard for 1/10 1/12 scale if they hold up.

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    Yes, Proline Mashers. Gives it a more authentic monster truck look.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaXDee View Post
    Yes, Proline Mashers. Gives it a more authentic monster truck look.

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    Ok you sold me Iím going to the hobby shop lol


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    Those do make it look like a monster truck for sure. But id consider proline badlands or trenchers. Theyre a very good tire and will last.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calebs0615 View Post
    Those do make it look like a monster truck for sure. But id consider proline badlands or trenchers. Theyre a very good tire and will last.

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    I do like the Badlands mx28 and the trenchers. The mx28 are a big beefy Tire with good traction , and the trenchers last forever, but I'm a sucker for the Masher type tread pattern. Although the Stampede isn't a scale truck, the Masher Chevron tread pattern makes it look a little more scale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaXDee View Post
    I do like the Badlands mx28 and the trenchers. The mx28 are a big beefy Tire with good traction , and the trenchers last forever, but I'm a sucker for the Masher type tread pattern. Although the Stampede isn't a scale truck, the Masher Chevron tread pattern makes it look a little more scale.

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    Yep my favorite so far are my mx28s. Theyre big and beefy. And the traction is incredible.

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    I also love the mx28s. Not so much the trenchers, good for skate parts and light offroad, just not so good on grass. But them mashers sure look purty.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaXDee View Post
    I do like the Badlands mx28 and the trenchers. The mx28 are a big beefy Tire with good traction , and the trenchers last forever, but I'm a sucker for the Masher type tread pattern. Although the Stampede isn't a scale truck, the Masher Chevron tread pattern makes it look a little more scale.

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    Agree agree agree. If money grew on trees Iíd buy both sets.

    However even tho the stampede is not a scale truck I do have the shock mounted as vertical as it gets and the monster truck look has been attempted. With vertical shocks it handle much more ďsolid axle truck likeĒ. Itís fun.

    Iíll be at the shop later to get the mashers and the aluminum adapters which I think are really cool.


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    Hows the traction with the mashers? You must be almost floating with the balloons for tires i would think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Calebs0615 View Post
    Hows the traction with the mashers? You must be almost floating with the balloons for tires i would think.

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    The traction on the Mashers is actually really good on grass, dirt and pavement. What I like more about the Mashers vs the mx28 is on dirt it will actually drift enough to make it fun around corners, where the mx28 will dig in more and traction roll the truck

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronjohn View Post
    Agree agree agree. If money grew on trees Iíd buy both sets.

    However even tho the stampede is not a scale truck I do have the shock mounted as vertical as it gets and the monster truck look has been attempted. With vertical shocks it handle much more ďsolid axle truck likeĒ. Itís fun.

    Iíll be at the shop later to get the mashers and the aluminum adapters which I think are really cool.


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    Pics once you get them on the truck.

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    I've been running the same trenchers for 2 years now. They are awesome on grass, dirt, and can be squirrly but fun on pavement when they warm up. I love em. I recently glued my hexes in them because 2 rims are cracked and 2 started to round out. Price of aluminum hexes I guess.

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    Here it is:





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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronjohn View Post
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    Looks AWESOME! Those wheels look sharp, especially with the aluminum inserts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by aaronjohn View Post
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    Yes!! You'll love the Mashers! I had to order a new pair because I rohnded one out. Now that they have the replaceable hubs that will be nice. I've had the same set of Mashers almost 3 years.
    How do you like the Proline Black body? I ordered the F100 version.

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    Oh right it's the Russian body.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaXDee View Post
    The traction on the Mashers is actually really good on grass, dirt and pavement. What I like more about the Mashers vs the mx28 is on dirt it will actually drift enough to make it fun around corners, where the mx28 will dig in more and traction roll the truck

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    Oh yep that makes sense. I like that. It sounds like itd be a blast on grass for me. My badlands grab hard in the grass.

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