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Old 08-16-2013, 07:16 PM   #1
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Well I got a good deal on them 15x8 jegs with 275 Mickey Thompson dr that have maybe a day of track left bit got pair for 180. Not a bad deal I think. So for a 15x8 rim for just track day what slicks should I put on them
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Old 08-16-2013, 07:29 PM   #2
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Damn they bald! Looks a little short maybe get some taller ones? If they could fit
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Ya they only have one day left in them but for 180 for both had to snag them. Idk what size slick I can fit on a 15x8
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looks mean regardless
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Old 08-17-2013, 08:23 AM   #5
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Hell that's a steal for just both if the wheels.
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That's why I got them il prob plasti dip them black to match somewhat with front and get some 275/60 drag radials and dd it for fun . Can I fit any bigger then 275 on a 15x8?
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Hell yeah i dont know with 15s since the tires sidewall is so tall already if any wider would hurt traction or not
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So if they are 275/50 now 275/60 is just a taller tire right ? I just have to pick up some smaller spacers for them as I have 3/8 in ones and they push out to far dnt wana snap a lug lol
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Yes 275/60 would be a taller tire. I thought you meant wider. Yeah 60 should be fine!
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Wouldn't mind wider like a 295 but doubt would fit just going for more traction and bad *** looking lol I thin will look better after they are black to . Trying to break into 10s anything helps
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Yeah I think 275 would do good with some good rubber
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