Pro-Line Class 1 BFGoodrich Krawler T/A KX Tires in G8 & Predator Compounds

By: Tim Gluth

Pro-Line has released two new tire options for hobbyists running "Class 1" rigs. Whether you simply like the look of this type of tire or you're building a rig that adheres to these rules, the new Class 1 BFG Krawler T/A KX G8 and Predator Tires should give you plenty of performance (while also looking fantastic).

For solid trail and course performance, the Class 1 BFG Krawler T/A KX G8 Tires offer just that in a durable, scale package. With their aggressive (yet not outlandish) tread pattern, these tires should get you down the trail and through the gates without many issues.

If you're going to be tackling terrain that requires extra grip, you should find that with the Class 1 BFG Krawler T/A KX Predator Tires. Featuring the same dimensions and tread pattern as the G8 tires, the Predator compound rubber provides a super-sticky surface for additional traction performance.

Each pair of tires includes open cell foam inserts and can easily mount to most 1.9" wheels.

Pro-Line Class 1 BFGoodrich Krawler T/A KX Tire Specs:

  • Insert Material: Open Cell
  • Product Height: 4.19" (106 mm)
  • Quantity Option: 2 in a package
  • Tire Compound: G8 (Soft) or Predator (Super Soft)
  • Compound / Hardness: Soft Rock or Super Soft Rock
  • Scale: 1/10
  • Package Type: Tires and Inserts
  • Tire Type: Rock Crawling
  • Track Surface: All-Terrain / Backyard
  • Wheel Position: Front/Rear
  • Inner Tire / Outer Wheel Diameter: 1.9 in
  • Product Width: 1.46" (37 mm)
  • Tire Tread: Krawler T/A
  • Vehicle Type: Rock Crawler

Both of these tire options are priced at $32.99 per pair and are available through Pro-Line, Horizon Hobby, and their dealers. Visit to learn more about these Class 1 R/C crawler tires.

Image credit: Pro-Line/Horizon Hobby

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