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Old 02-16-2013, 12:40 PM   #1
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Nt555r mileage

Those of you who have these im just curious how many miles can you expect out of these?
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Mine are the originals to my build. They have 47,xxx miles on them. And have about 30-40% tread left.
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Mine are the originals to my build. They have 47,xxx miles on them. And have about 30-40% tread left.
Wow! You really got your money out of your Nittos. Very good.
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Wow! You really got your money out of your Nittos. Very good.
I don't track my car or do burn outs. The most I do is smoke 2nd gear when I get on it.
Can't beat the price of them either. They are the cheapest(price wise) for that type tire and a damn good all around tire too
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Mine are the originals to my build. They have 47,xxx miles on them. And have about 30-40% tread left.
555r's?
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Mine are the originals to my build. They have 47,xxx miles on them. And have about 30-40% tread left.
555r's?
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Crap. My bad man. You're asking about the drag radials.

I wouldn't expect to get that many miles out of a drag radial
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Crap. My bad man. You're asking about the drag radials.

I wouldn't expect to get that many miles out of a drag radial
Haha okay thats what i thought! I was like no ****in way lol
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I have 10k on mine so far and probably 50% tread left. Usually, 555Rs see 12-15k. I baby my car and don't really abuse the tires that much, so they're lasting a good while. I expect to see 17-20k.

As far as rain or snow, they're useless.
I was stuck spinning my wheels in barely 3/4" of snow, and I learned to drive in snow up in Indiana. Then again, that's with 4.10s and drag radials...
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i got a bit over 12k out of mine
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Im in san diego ca so chances of me seeing snow are unlikely. And weather is usually dry. Hopefully they were worth my money.
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