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Old 01-18-2013, 01:40 PM   #1
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Nitto NT555 as well as Falken FK452.. Which one would you go with? I'm planning on getting the Vossen CV3 20" wheels. Please give me some feedback. I really don't know much about tires....
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Nitto NT555 as well as Falken FK452.. Which one would you go with? I'm planning on getting the Vossen CV3 20" wheels. Please give me some feedback. I really don't know much about tires....
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I've ran falkens and no complains here but only on the front tires
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I've had both and have noticed that the Nittos' tread lasts a lot longer and also provide better grip than the Falkens I had
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Nitto NT555 as well as Falken FK452.. Which one would you go with? I'm planning on getting the Vossen CV3 20" wheels. Please give me some feedback. I really don't know much about tires....
My Nittos I had on my old mustang lasted forever!! That's including burn outs n drag time
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My Nittos I had on my old mustang lasted forever!! That's including burn outs n drag time
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I've had both and have noticed that the Nittos' tread lasts a lot longer and also provide better grip than the Falkens I had
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Falkens are notorious for short tire life, but usually cost less. Take a look at reviews on tirerack or the like. See if the tire life is worth it for the money compared to Nitto.
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Nittos all day long. Ive ran the falkens not a bad tire but i love the nittos
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