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Old 09-23-2012, 09:36 AM   #1
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Anybody knows which brands (other than Nitto) come in 305/35/r18? I currently have Nt555R and Im planning on buying the NT555RII. But i just wanted to see what else is out there? They need to be for street racing etc
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The only two I know of beside nitto in that size are toyo proxies, and Micky Thompson , if your looking for a street ,strip tire definatly go with the Micky's
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The only two I know of beside nitto in that size are toyo proxies, and Micky Thompson , if your looking for a street ,strip tire definatly go with the Micky's
Okay. Thanks!
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I currently use hoosier DR's and highly reccomend them. I use them for auto cross and daily street driving
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I currently use hoosier DR's and highly reccomend them. I use them for auto cross and daily street driving
Ok. I'll check them out
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The problem with hoosier and m/t are they suck in the rain. I'm running the r888 and they've been good thus far
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The problem with hoosier and m/t are they suck in the rain. I'm running the r888 and they've been good thus far
Yea thats my fear. The ones i have now did good in the rain when they weren't worn out. So I think I'm gonna stick with nitto's
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Haven't had problems with mine in the rain
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