Crawler Innovations is out with another first. Introducing our Heavy Weight single stage closed cell foam pair. This new product features our dense car stand foam, cut and shaped into a complete inner tire foam. This dense inner, offers superior steering response, and a firm foundation for your tire. In high power applications, these foams support the tire so that it can drift across the surface. These foams are 100% water proof.
CWR-3311 was designed for use in the Hot Bodies Short Course Rodeoo SC (part# 61748), and Megagrid (part# 61754) tires. Those two tires are designed with added height and CI is the only company making a short course specific tall foam. This foam fully fills the tires and it will increase ground clearance and raise ride height. Care must be taken to adjust the vehicle by softening the suspension for the firmer tires and increased traction. If you are looking to stretch a standard height short course tire taller, these foams will help.
These foams are much firmer than anything available on the market. They do not fold over under load whether it's high speed, heavy weight, or simply turning. These foams rely on a small air gap between the foam and tire. This loose area allows for the tire to obtain traction, while the foam supports the tire.
If you are interested in completely filling the tire with foam and do not care about waterproofness, the Lil Nova 4.25, 4.50, 4.75" Outers will stretch over this pairing. Those outer P/N's are CWR-2047, CWR-2048, CWR-2049. These outers are cut from conventional foam and are not water proof.
Crawler Innovations was the first to combine closed cell and open cell foam into one package with our Double Deuce and Lil’ Nova product lines. After we'd perfected those systems, we turned our attention towards the faster paced rock racer, heavy scalers, racer and basher genres. The Deuce's Wild Foam line was created. Using only the firm inner material, while focusing on the machined size and shape of the foam.
Approximate size: 4.25" Height x 1.625" Width (Remember that foam goes inside the tire and one must subtract lug and carcass thickness, plus any reinforcing from the overall tire height.)