WHEELS 1:10 TW 26MM "CLASSIC BBS STYLE" CHROME / GOLD 6MM OFFSET 2 PIECES # 20160
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RC TW 1:10 CLASSIC RIMS "CLASSIC BBS STYLE" CHROME / GOLD 6MM OFFSET
Pair of rims in BBS style Ideally suited for youngtimer models. Suitable for almost all 1:10 on-road models such as Tamiya, LRP, HPI, Kyosho, HSP, Reely etc. Simply unpack, put on the tires, glue and drive off! So you can decide which tire and which insert you want to use also in other designs and offsets, just browse through our shop!
You can find suitable tires under the article numbers:
-Tamiya Slick Tires - 300050454
-Tamiya profile tires - 300050419
- Radial tires - 20301
Item no .: 20160
Color: chrome / gold
Wheel drive: 12mm hexagon
Rim diameter: approx. 53mm
Scope of delivery: 1 pair of rims (2 rims) as described above
For a good and durable bond between tire and rim, we recommend the following products:
Corresponding tire glue (SHX001 or 650001), dosing tips (RP0031) and tire glueing aid (2560030) can be found in our range. The surfaces to be glued should be free of dirt and grease. It is advisable to roughen the chrome-plated adhesive surface with sandpaper and carefully remove the chrome layer.
After gluing, you should, in your own interest, check the fit of the tires on the rims before every journey and glue this connection if necessary.
TIP: *** We often get questions about "What does offset mean for a rim or a wheel set?" or "How much do these rims / wheels widen my car?".
A general statement by how many millimeters a rim widens a vehicle is not possible, as almost all rims have slightly different press-in depths, even within one manufacturer.
In order to compare different rims and offsets halfway and to find the right offset for the desired body width, we recommend the following:
For Tamiya TT-01 and TT-02 models, the standard size / width in series production with narrow modular wheel carriers and a normal 0mm offset rim (e.g. normal touring car Dish rim) is approx. 176mm wide. Most Tamiya rims have an offset of 2mm per side = 4mm (offset) + approx. 176mm (standard width) = approx. 180mm (new width car).
By the way, it doesn't matter whether a 24mm or 26mm wide rim is used, as the rims become wider towards the inside.Please note politely: All chassis and bodies are for illustration and application examples only. Furthermore, it can happen that the rims have a supposedly slight "runout", in most cases this is due to the fact that for you, to better recognize the offset, the offset is embossed in the rim driver. Sometimes this number protrudes a bit and would have to be ground off and milled off in that case.
Not suitable for children under 14 years of age. Use under the direct supervision of adults.