ProLine Big Joe 40 Series Tyres Mounted On Tech 5 17mm Hex Wheels - 1 Pair

ProLine Big Joe 40 Series Tyres Mounted On Tech 5 17mm Hex Wheels - 1 Pair

Brand: ProLine

Part Number: PL1103-13

£42.74 Web Price RRP £44.99

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This is a pair of Big Joe 3.8" (40 Series) All-Terrain Tires Mounted on Tech 5 Black Wheels. Big Joe equals BIG fun, especially when pre-mounted to Pro-Line's Tech 5 wheels! Dust off your Monster Truck, your new tires are ready.


Please note: All tires & wheels are sold in pairs, unless otherwise noted.



  • Improve the performance of your T-MAXX®, REVO®, Savage and/or Monster Truck instantly
  • Rugged, realistic Off-Road tread design
  • Molded outer sidewall ribbing for additional sidewall support
  • High density/long-lasting foam inserts included
  • Superior carcass consistency throughout the tire
  • Tech 5 is a direct fit on all 17mm Hex Monster Trucks
  • Big Joes are factory pre-glued to light weight, style Tech 5 wheel
  • Super true and balanced finish
  • Made in the USA, since 1982 - Read about Pro-Line Racing's History

What's Included

What's Included

  • Big Joe tires Premounted on Tech 5 wheels (2 pcs)



  • T-MAXX® 3.3 (Requires 17mm Hex Adapter kit)
  • E-MAXX® (Requires 17mm Hex Adapter kit)
  • REVO® 2.5
  • REVO® 3.3
  • REVO® Platinum
  • E-REVO® (Requires 17mm Hex Adapter kit)
  • Savage XL
  • Savage Flux
  • Savage X 4.6 & 4.6



Height:   6.39" (162mm)
Width:   4.25" (108mm)

  • Brand: ProLine
  • Part No: PL1103-13
  • Fitment: 17mm Hex
  • Pack Quantity: 2
  • Mounting Diameter: 3.8 Inch

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How big is the hex adapter on a stock e Maxx?
Asked by Sharon on 17th June 2019

That depends on how old it is.  Very early ones were 14mm, most are now 17mm hex.

If you measure yours, you will know for sure.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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