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CRC Pro Cut Mounted Foam Tires, 1/12th Front Spec (2)

CRC Pro Cut Mounted Foam Tires, 1/12th Front Spec (2)
On The Newest "High Roller 38" 38mm Rims."
List Price: $17.99
Our Price: $11.95

Quantity in Stock:22

Product Code: CRC2230


2230 - 1:12 Spec - "WGT Stripe" Front

The same foam used for 1/10 World GT racing is now available for 1/12 scale! Must be used in TOUR rules for the 1/12 Truck class. Now road course clubs can jump on board for a "control tire" class as well!

Tires are one of the most important components of any race car. Tires and wheels play a huge role in performance and stability. Calandra Racing Concepts has been a leader in 1/12th scale tires and wheels for many years, winning the Cleveland U.S. Indoor Championships, the ROAR Nationals, the Snowbird Nationals and the International Indoor Championships with our current "Track Magnet" tire mounted on the revolutionary CRC White Dished wheel. CRC now offers a second 1/12th tire package called CRC "Pro-Cuts". Pro-Cuts are mounted on CRC's new "High Roller 38" (HR-38) wheel. This new 38 mm wheel pushes the outer diameter of the wheel to the ROAR and IFMAR Maximum, complying to all ROAR, IFMAR, EFRA and BCRA rules.

CRC Pro-Cuts are 1.80" in the front and 1.90" in the back. Because the HR-38 rim has a larger outer diameter, the tires feature a race winning "low profile" to reduce side wall flex and add grip. Not only does the low profile increase corner speeds with more traction, the chance of tire damage is reduced with the smaller sidewall.

The new larger rim provides additional clearance in the front suspension area, allowing the racer to add suspension travel.

CRC's new HR-38 rear wheel is very light weight, with a unique spoke pattern that results from the placement of the strengthening ribs. The internal ribs not only support the outer diameter, but they also add strength to the critical 3-hole mounting area, by providing a web of material on each side of the hole. Older standard wheel designs leave the 3-hole area un-braced, resulting in a weak area.

The front wheel accepts both flanged and un-flanged bearings. The rear wheel has mounting offsets that are slightly narrower, allowing the user to custom shim the rear Axle width and track.