ProLine Desperado 2.2 12mm Hex Wheels for Traxxas 1/16 Revo - Black

ProLine Desperado 2.2 12mm Hex Wheels for Traxxas 1/16 Revo - Black

Brand: Pro Line

Part Number: PL2737-03

£8.54 Web Price RRP £8.99

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This is a pair of Desperado 2.2” Black Wheels for 1:16 E-REVO. Pro-Line is proud to introduce a new lightweight wheel specifically designed for the extremely popular 1:16 E-REVO! The wheel features a wider offset, just like Pro-Line’s immensely popular Bead-Loc wheels, that will make your truck more stable and handle bumps and jumps like a champion. Pro-Line’s highly anticipated new 6-spoke Desperado wheel will make your truck the toughest looking one on the block. The wheel is a one-piece glue wheel made out of extremely durable nylon material and features a molded in bead-loc ring for an awesome scale look. This wheel will accept all Pro-Line 2.2” buggy tires giving you a ton of rubber options to tackle any terrain. This is a 12mm hex wheel. Make your truck stand out from the rest and get some Pro-Line Desperado 2.2” wheels today!

Please note: All tires & wheels are sold in pairs, unless otherwise noted.
E-REVOr® is a registered trademark of Traxxas® L.P


  • Lightweight 1-piece glue wheel
  • Wide offset wheel that improves stability and performance
  • Awesome scale looks
  • Accepts 2.2” Buggy Rear tires
  • Made in the USA, since 1982 - Read about Pro-Line Racing’s History
Whats Included:
  • Desperado 2.2” Black Wheels (2 pcs)
  • Traxxas® 1:16 E-REVO®
  • Brand: Pro Line
  • Part No: PL2737-03
  • Fitment: 12mm Hex
  • Pack Quantity: 2
  • Mounting Diameter: 2.2 Inch

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