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Old 12-07-2019, 09:17 PM
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anybody know where i can get a 1.9 street tire? i tired touring car tires but the sidewall is a bit too low.

going to be running rc4wd double trouble wheels
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If you're looking for something shorter, the Tamiya Hummer, and currently CC02, tires are 1.9 and I think about the shortest around. Aside from TC tires of course.
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Old 12-08-2019, 07:40 PM
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thanks, i'll give those a try
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Not where to find them but look for Tamiya 9805543.


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thanks, i'll try those too. ordered both from rcjaz.com
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I have some street tires that are from Road Champs "Fly Wheels", that I believe would work for you. I don't know if I have all six for the Double Trouble wheels, but I can let you know what I have and the dimensions. These tires are quite hard, but if you're just going to run them on the street, they're probably ok.
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Old 12-09-2019, 05:45 PM
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cool, thanks. i can't find much info about them online, but the 1 pic i saw looked good
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Well, I finally found my stash of the Fly Wheels. The ones that I thought were 1.9's were actually for 2.1's and 2.2's.

I think the Tamiya CRV tires are your best option.


If you can find these 1.7 MT ATZ, you could stretch them onto the 1.9's.




...or these 1.7 semi tires could be stretched on also.

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The Tamiya 50563 fits pretty nice on 1.9 wheels... however, they are wide (34mm or thereabouts). The standard touring wheels are 26mm. I’m not sure about the width on the double trouble wheels, but here’s some info and some pics of the 50563 on a 1.9 standard touring wheel and the REC 1.9 super scale wheel, as well as a comparison to a standard 26mm wheel and tire...

They are almost extinct now, but you can still find a set on the bay every now and then. These were the closest that I could find to work with 1.9 wheels. The tires are listed as 2.0 tires however. The only big issue is that they are wider than the regular 26mm touring tires.




The white wheel is your standard kyosho 26mm wheel, next to it, is the REC 1.9 super scale wheel. Both tires are the 50563.



View of the inside (rear)



Standing up...



Next to your standards 26mm touring wheel and tire.. wider and a taller sidewall.....








Hope this helps....

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I totally forgot about the TG10 tires. I have a set hidden somewhere.
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thanks guys, looked for the tg10 tires, 90 bucks a pair.. lol think i'll try some others.

i've tried stretching some semi 1.7's but they didn't look quire right. maybe i need super singles or something.
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How many pieces are you looking for?

These are the TGX Mk1 tires... Tamiya’s 1/8 on road gas cars....
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This is the seller I got the TGX tires from ... he’s based in the UK but shipping is usually quick. that was more than a year ago and the price was pretty decent then. He has the CR-V tires in stock now and the price look good. You can also ask him if he has any more of the TGX tires that he may not have listed.

https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?m...38 2572772017
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need at least 6 for the double troubles. i've got both crv and hummer tires coming, i'll see how those look.
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These are the TGX Mk1 tires... Tamiya’s 1/8 on road gas cars....
Oops, I meant TGX. Thanks for the correction Preston.
I picked these up along with the rims, a long time ago when I was doing my own custom 1/8 R33 LM. I put the HPI rims and tires on it instead...made it look way better.

Proline used to sell the Striker street tires, back in the day. They might fit.

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