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Old 12-07-2012, 09:36 AM   #1
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315/35/18s street tires

I am gonna get me some AFS 18x9, 18x10.5 chrome cobra wheels and I can't find any street tires that are 305s or 315s to put on the back. I preferable want the same tire as the front but wider obviously. I want street tires cause that's all I do and about 30-40 miles a day. Anybody know any good street tires for that size? Prolly gonna run 275s up front as well.
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My toyo proxes r888 are pretty nice but pricey. Running 305/30 18. Also ran a bfg kdw2 for a few years in 295/30 18
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My toyo proxes r888 are pretty nice but pricey. Running 305/30 18. Also ran a bfg kdw2 for a few years in 295/30 18
I was wanting either 305 or 315. Wider the better lol!
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I was wanting either 305 or 315. Wider the better lol!
All tires don't measure the same width. Nitto should make something around that size. My cobra hooks up on a 275dr, the rest is just for looks
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I thought after 305 they are dr's?
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I thought after 305 they are dr's?
No...
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My mistake

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I would of sold you some 315-40-18 Pirelli p zero but when I sold the car I threw those in with the purchase
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The nitto 305 n555r tire is a drag radial. I need something that is a good street tire for normal daily driving and wet conditions but I want either 305s or 315s on that 18x10.5 wheel. Any suggestions on street tires that size?

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I would of sold you some 315-40-18 Pirelli p zero but when I sold the car I threw those in with the purchase
How were those Pirelli's?
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The nittos I have, nt555 are pretty good, dd with a flew kills here and there and there still alive, though I heard if you burn em often they dont really last
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Michelin Pilot Sport makes up to 335/35 I believe. Very good and u can find them used they're pretty cheap. I picked up some 315/35/18s for $90 with 70% tread left.
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Michelin Pilot Sport makes up to 335/35 I believe. Very good and u can find them used they're pretty cheap. I picked up some 315/35/18s for $90 with 70% tread left.
Where did you find them used at?
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Craigslist. Every used tire store is another option. I never buy brand new tires when you can get them under $50 a piece with good tread on them.
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Michelin Pilot Sport makes up to 335/35 I believe. Very good and u can find them used they're pretty cheap. I picked up some 315/35/18s for $90 with 70% tread left.
Those are dam good tires IMO.
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Craigslist. Every used tire store is another option. I never buy brand new tires when you can get them under $50 a piece with good tread on them.
Very true!
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