Pro Line Badlands 1/8th Buggy Tyre - XTR Compound - Pair

Pro Line Badlands 1/8th Buggy Tyre - XTR Compound - Pair

Brand: Pro Line

Part Number: PL9021

£17.09 Web Price RRP £17.99

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This is a pair of Pro-Line Badlands 1:8 Buggy tires. Are you ready to terrorize the terrain below? If so, then the Badlands 1:8 tire is the answer. The Badlands tire offers motocross style tread for adrenaline pumping 1:8 off-road gas buggies. The Badlands tread is made strictly for the motocrosser’s in you. Its oversized grass and dirt shredding lugs offer you the ultimate in performance under any all-terrain type condition.

The lugs are designed to ensure longevity while spitting up the surface below. Made from soft yet durable XTR compound, the Badlands tire is poised for battle and ready to take your 1:8 buggy to the next level.

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


  • Super-aggressive styling
  • Motocross style tread for longevity and superior traction
  • Available in XTR (Firm) compound
  • Durable, long-lasting Closed Cell Inserts included
  • Made in the USA, since 1982 – Read about Pro-Line Racing’s History
What's Included:
  • Badlands tires (2 pcs)
  • Closed Cell Inserts (2 pcs)


Height: 4.6" (117mm)
Width: 1.6" (41mm)

  • Brand: Pro Line
  • Part No: PL9021
  • Pack Quantity: 2

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does this go on 17mm wheel hubs
Asked by Jean on 25th October 2016

This is just the tyre, but it's designed to fit on 1:8 buggy wheels, which are normally 17mm hex.

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

Does it come with foam
Asked by Dylan on 27th March 2017

Yes these include Closed Cell Inserts (2 pcs)

Answered by: Ben @ Wheelspin Models

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