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How To Glue Rc Car Truck Tires

By Tony, Jan 13, 2018 | |
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    9116 Truggy - 9116 1/12 Scale 2WD 2.4G 4CH RC Monster Truck - RTR -$42.99 Online Shopping| GearBest.com

    If you guys remember when I did the review, my 3 complaints about this truck were the non oil filled shocks, which I replaced with oil filled shocks, the very tight and crunchy diff which I have since freed up and did a video on (click the "i" in the video) and the non foam filled tires. Today, we take care of the third issue!

    In this video, I show you how I glue up Rc car or truck tires. I do put foam in them, but I don't show it in video since it's pretty much just sticking foam in the tires and putting them on the wheel. If you do want to see this, post in the comments below and let me know.

    It doesn't matter if I'm working on a 1/10th scale, 1/8th scale, 1/12th scale, car, truck, truggy, whatever, I use the exact same method to glue up all of my tires and 99% of the time, as long as I got them clean, they are still on the wheel to this day. So if you want to learn how to glue up a set of tires, give this video a watch and let me know what you think!

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