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Old 08-28-2015, 09:07 AM   #71
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Well, new from Steeda they are $1k just for the wheels at 34lbs each. I'd pay $1150 shipped for the FR500s with the Mickeys already on them and ready to go. Another $900 installed for tires.
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Anyone mess with toyo r888's? If so think I could fit a 315? Lowered 1.5" 10.5 wheel
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Depends on how much its lowered but it shouldn't be a huge problem unless you are SLAMMED and even then.
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Anyone mess with toyo r888's? If so think I could fit a 315? Lowered 1.5" 10.5 wheel

I'm running r888's out back but 305 on a 10" wheel and I'm pretty lowered. No rubbing but my fenders are rolled


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How do you like the r888's? I have the nitto 555R now and they are okay but it's a daily.. And I'm on steeda springs 1.5" not slammed by any means. But wanna go a little wider from my 305 now to 315
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They are pretty good, still have plenty of tread but I dont do burnouts. They hook and handle great


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285s to much?..

I heard they have bad road noise. That true? I planned on getting some for my car, but iffy on the road noise.


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My exhaust drones enough and fuel pump whines so idc bout the road noise lol
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I heard they have bad road noise. That true? I planned on getting some for my car, but iffy on the road noise.


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They may but I always have my radio up when I drive the stang. If I can't hear it over my radio I don't think it's that bad


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My exhaust drones enough and fuel pump whines so idc bout the road noise lol

Lol in that case it's a great tire you even get pretty good rain traction. Not saying go drive crazy in the rain tho lol


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