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Old 09-06-2014, 09:41 AM   #1
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Cheap 19" tires

Anyone know where to get cheap tires? I want to drift but tires are like 200$


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Honestly once you get into 19's that is probable going to be the cheapest your going to find tires as most of the better 19's are going to be upper 200's or int the 300's (a lot depends on width). If your planning to start drifting where your going to be going through tires regularly I would recommend picking up a set of 17 stockers. I've seen people selling brand new take off sets for 3-4 hundred plus you can get replacement tires for under 100. Only downfall is I think the widest tire would be a 225.
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Darn. Well it's a start. I heard used tires are the way to go. One of my buddies has 4 different brand tires on his ride but he said 18's are a lot easier to find than 19's


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Used tires could be cheaper but just make sure you inspect them for patches and that there the correct size for the rim as well as make sure there not old and starting to dry rot. When racing, drifting, or any kind of performance driving I would not sacrifice anything when it comes to a safety item like tires. It sucks they cost so much but gotta pay to play
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Ok. Thanks for the advise. It seems like an expensive hobby but it's so much fun!


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