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Old 11-19-2013, 04:31 AM   #1
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Wheels and tires for the track

Was thinking about getting some new wheels and tires for the track any suggestions on tires ?

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Get as light a wheel as you can afford and the stickiest tires you can get. What kind of track? 1/4?
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That's the wheels you want. I like the MT-ET streets for tires.
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Get as light a wheel as you can afford and the stickiest tires you can get. What kind of track? 1/4?
Yea 1/4th I'm new to the track so im not sure which tires are better i want the thickest i can get

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That's the wheels you want. I like the MT-ET streets for tires.
They hook really good?
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Yea 1/4th I'm new to the track so im not sure which tires are better i want the thickest i can get

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They hook really good?
Ya but there pretty much track only tires, unless you have deep pockets. They will wear out quick on the street's and wouldn't be good in the rain.
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Ya but there pretty much track only tires, unless you have deep pockets. They will wear out quick on the street's and wouldn't be good in the rain.
Yeah, I'm only gonna use these rims and tires on the track how thick can i go with the 15x10?
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Yeah, I'm only gonna use these rims and tires on the track how thick can i go with the 15x10?
By thick, I assume you mean width. I'm running a 295. You'll need swaybar relocation brackets for the 15x10 wheels if you have an 05+, not sure about other year's.
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By thick, I assume you mean width. I'm running a 295. You'll need swaybar relocation brackets for the 15x10 wheels.
Yeah i mean width, how would i go about the relocation?
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Yeah i mean width, how would i go about the relocation?
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