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Old 10-28-2013, 03:18 PM   #1
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Hoosiers vs m/t

Any body had either, I am looking at a set of hoosier dot slicks I now have m/t drag radials I don't like the way they look, they work pretty good but I prefer the look of the hoosier anybody have them. Looking for feedback on performance
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Old 10-28-2013, 03:21 PM   #2
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Hoosiers do look better!
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I've always stuck with the m/t. The hoosiers do look cooler but i've just stuck with m/t cause they hook for me
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M/Ts hook a lot better than Hoosiers.
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Ya they hook better huh ok thanks, ya it sounds lame I just like the way they look haha
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Ya they hook better huh ok thanks, ya it sounds lame I just like the way they look haha
If you like them do it up!
Nobody's gonna drive or pay anything on your car but you. So if you think you'll like em better I say go for it
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Ya bud I think I agree even if they don't hook quite as good ill still like em more haha thanks
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