|Once the tire is fully seated on the center wheel, you can now set it on the wheel.
|Then line up the plate with the holes in the wheel and begin to feed the Allen screws into the plate.
|As you tighten the screws down, the place and the wheel clamp down against the bead between the center wheel and the plate/wheel. It may be a little difficult at first to get the screws to tighten against the wheel, but they will fit.
|Once you're done, you'll now have a true bead lock wheel and tire. A word of caution: the Pro-Line Bead Locks will only work with Pro-Line tires. They are designed for each other. You can use Pro-Line tires on any wheel, but a Pro-Line Bead Lock must use a Pro-Line tire!
|With my new tires mounted, it was time to give them a try! Off go the OEM wheels and tires.
|On go the Renegade Bead Locks and Suburbs tires!
|As I put the tires together, I thought about tightening the slipper clutch a bit. Even though this is an electric motor, the sudden impact as you're gassing the motor can cause some damage to the drivetrain without it. My thought was that this would yield more traction coming off the jumps which would be beneficial. This proved to be incorrect and I turned the clutch back loose.