DE Racing Trinidad ST Wheels For The Team Associated T4.1

Jul 03, 2012 2 Comments by

DE Racing has expanded its Trinidad ST wheel product line to include 12mm hex wheels for the Team Associated T4.1. Check out all the details below:

DE Racing is proud to release a second offset in our new “Trinidad ST” series, this model being for the Team Associated T4.1. One of the most unique features of this wheel, beyond the scale truck appearance, is the use of a 12mm hex drive. This not only makes for a more reliable drive system, but the trucks wheels and tires can now be easily rotated from the front to rear giving more tuning options and longer tire life.

Features:

  • Heavy Duty 12mm hex
  • For use on both Front and Rear
  • Available in Black, Silver, White, and Yellow
  • Highest Quality Materials
  • Built to all ROAR specs
  • Made In USA

Hex Conversion Parts List:

  • ASC9880 Steering Blocks
  • ASC9881 Hex Front Axles SC10
  • ASC6953 8-32 Low Profile Nylock Nuts
  • ASC7497 Plastic Hex Set, B4 Buggy (Aluminum B4 Hexes Preferred)
  • ASC4449 4-40 Mini Aluminum Locknuts

DER-ST-AB Trinidad ST Wheels for Team Associated T4.1 / BLACK
DER-ST-AS Trinidad ST Wheels for Team Associated T4.1 / SILVER
DER-ST-AW Trinidad ST Wheels for Team Associated T4.1 / WHITE
DER-ST-AY Trinidad ST Wheels for Team Associated T4.1 / YELLOW
RETAIL: $7.95

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2 Responses to “DE Racing Trinidad ST Wheels For The Team Associated T4.1”

  1. ethan says:

    rims aresweet.who makes the body on it?

  2. Trevor "Chilly" Duncan says:

    It looks like a Pro-Line BullDog body.

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