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how to put on ADA billet prowler wheels

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    how do I put ADA billet prowler wheels on (hard tire ped) never done it before the read one is a beadlock prowler the front one is regular ... i know im supposed to stamp on them with the rim ..... im afraid of scratching them so i guess ill put a towel inbetween them. what do i use to lubricate the wheel and tire. I've never changed a hard tire ped before, and the beadlock no clueeeeee ... thank you in advance for any help

  • #2
    Here are a few videos

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rd7gJ9x-sgE

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YJzS6Tnw8KQ
    "It's not a Ped unless it has some Scum on it"

    2014, 2015, 2016 Pedfest Alumni
    2015, 2016 Wild West Fest Alumni

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    • #3
      what about the rear beadlock .... im afraid im going to scratch it with all this stamping .........theyre hella expensive

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Gwiz131 View Post
        what about the rear beadlock .... im afraid im going to scratch it with all this stamping .........theyre hella expensive
        You can remove the beadlock ring. It is hella easy.
        Attached Files
        CP......
        HOW we ride today, may determine IF we can ride tomorrow

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        • #5
          i still dont understand

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Gwiz131 View Post
            i still dont understand
            Take the six allen bolts out.it removes ring around it.
            Cut old tire off rim
            Put the tire on rim (side u took off the bead rim)
            Place towl under rim and on tip of tire (prevent from scratching rim)
            Stomp the hell out of it!
            Put screws & bead back on
            And all done.really simple
            If you aint mixing gas you aint halling a$$

            Originally posted by EvoSpeed
            Anthony I- the zip tie king

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            • #7
              Thanks can't wait till I get em to take pics

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              • #8
                Rims and tires came today , the front assembly is self explanatory some soap towels to prevent scratching and stomping. I'm still a bit confused about this rear beadlock and the order everything is supposed to go in. sorry for my ignorance

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                • #9
                  Remove the beadlock rim bolts. Install tire. Replace beadlock ring and bolts.
                  "It's not a Ped unless it has some Scum on it"

                  2014, 2015, 2016 Pedfest Alumni
                  2015, 2016 Wild West Fest Alumni

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                  • #10
                    Basically the side of the wheel comes off so you can put the tire on
                    Originally posted by traxxas7137
                    Or it leaned out so it's smooth power VS gurgle gurgle EXPLODE

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                    • #11
                      thanks for the input guys, sorry if I seem A LOT behind the 8 ball on this stuff, but, I always recheck double check and over check to make sure Im doing something correctly especially if i spent hard earned $$$$$$$$$$ on it... probably gonna put the rims on lil blue today p.s. (Why do the edges, whole rim have sort of a scratched look to them ) I do not think they were damaged at all ... anyway thnx and pics will be posted ! every day is like Christmas when a DDM box comes !!!!!!!!!!
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                      • #12
                        working on getting the front wheel in with windex as a lube having difficulty any suggestions ??

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                        • #13
                          Do you have access to a large vise?
                          If so, use some 2by4s as cushion and put in the appropriate areas
                          And press the rubber on.the key to starting the install is getting the whole
                          Rubber on the rim consentrically so it is not off centered.then as mentioned
                          It just takes a good stomping.dont break an ankle.

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                          • #14
                            https://youtu.be/D6r68LpH9sw
                            If you aint mixing gas you aint halling a$$

                            Originally posted by EvoSpeed
                            Anthony I- the zip tie king

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                            • #15
                              Im going to have my boyfriend give it a badass stomp, there's just not enough to me, i dont know what 12 year old kids do haha.... Im working on it on my carpeted basement with a cement floor, so that's a plus . I have weak ankles to begin with from sports injuries and knew this going into this project lol. I dont understand how its STUPID easy but so tedious

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