Touring RC Car tires 1

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Touring RC Car tires 1 by Palmiga Nov 23, 2015


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Tires that fit my Touring RC Car rims... (http://www.thingiverse.com/thing:1001223)

Tires are hollow and lets out air to be soft...
They "snap" together


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I really like your rim designs, and as such i checked out your tires.
One question i have is, if they can be used as drift tires when printed with a hard material, or if their shape isn't too good for driving sideways over bumps and stuff.
Do you have any experience with that ?
Thanks in advance,

Jun 25, 2017 - Modified Jun 25, 2017
Palmiga - in reply to MathewFPV

Thanks for your kind words Mathias :-) I have no experience with that but it sounds plausible. good luck. KR Thomas