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    The IMEX Truck Pull tire has been out for a while now and has been a legend all around. Below you'll see how I rate this legend and how it performed. You can buy the tire(s) from IMEX, http://imex.clodparts.com/ , your local hobby shop, or mail order from on-line stores, or not, like Tower Hobbies, www.towerhobbies.com .
    Well I took the tire out and used them on my 4x4 Stampede. They really hooked up on the asphalt. They bit down and didn't slip a bit. That would have to be one of their strong suits. I went to the dirt/rock/grassed hills next. They weren't all that strong here. If you hammered the throttle the will defintaly spin out, but still got me up the hill. I'd give them a 7 out of 10 on the hill climbing. After the batteries were done charging and I had repaired my bashes from the day before I took them out to the rocks. They hooked up as well as traction wise but I couldn't seem to get any steering. I think that was just my Stampede though because of the locked differential.
    All in all these are some great tires. I'm not saying they are the best out there but they are a great all round tire. Everything I threw at them they held up and stuck it out from the rocks to the asphalt. I rate the tires a 8 out of 10. They are $45.00-$50.00 for a set of NIP tires. I got mine for $40 from a message board NIP but you can sometimes find deals like that on eBay.com.


Thanks To IMEX For The Pics And If You Would Like More Info Visit http://imex.clodparts.com/