This is a pair of pre-mounted Big Joe II 2.2” Tires. Since the original release the Big Joe has equaled BIG fun! Big Joe II is now available in 2.2” size for your mini Monster Truck! The mini version of the Big Joe II keeps to the Big Joe theme and is bigger and badder than your stock tires. This tire includes an aggressive tread pattern with tread softening cuts to give you better traction on the toughest terrain. Made from Pro-Line’s exclusive M2 compound, the Big Joe II 2.2” will take your mini Monster Truck to the next level.
Pro-Line makes it easier than ever by providing the Big Joe II tires mounted to the lightweight Desperado wheels. The wheel features a wider offset, just like Pro-Line’s immensely popular Bead-Loc wheels, that will make your truck more stable and handle bumps and jumps like a champion. Pro-Lines 6-spoke Desperado wheel will make your truck the toughest looking one on the block. The wheel is a one-piece glue wheel made out of extremely durable nylon material and features a molded in bead-loc ring for an awesome scale look. This is a 12mm hex wheel.
Whether you are tackling the asphalt, climbing hills, destroying dirt, or just plain backyard bashing, the Big Joe II excels at it all. Make your truck stand out from the rest and get your own Big Joe II tires mounted to Desperado wheels today!
Updated Big Joe Styling combined with Improved Performance
Extremely detailed sidewall design for that tough off-road look
Official Pro-Line logo embossed on sidewall of tire
Tires also available unmounted
Made in the USA, since 1982
Lightweight 1-piece glue wheel
Wide offset wheel that improves stability and performance
Awesome scale looks
Big Joe II 2.2" All Terrain Tires Mounted on Black Desperado Wheels (2 pcs)
Savage XS Flux
Height: 4.36" (111mm)
Width: 2.25" (58mm)
10105-11 - $26.31
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