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good drag radials?

Discussion in 'Wheels / Suspension / Tires / Brakes' started by micah, May 6, 2005.

  1. micah

    micah Senior Member

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    well ive been buying paradas ever since i bought my del sol, but now that im down to driving about 20 miles a week i think im going to go with some drag radials.

    anyone have any experience with any 15" drag radials?


    thanks for input
     
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    bf goodrich t/a drag radials :)
     
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    Hoosier or Mickey Thompson
     
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    they make streetable drag radials? i thought they just made slicks
     
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    i think your right, all i know of them making is slicks. He must have misunderstood your question. Anywho...i think you best bet would be either some bfgoodrich gforce ta drag radials or some nitto nt555r??? i think or whatever the nitto model drag radial is. As far as drag RADIALS go these would def be your best 2 options
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    I haven't tried them yet because I don't have all my rims, but....I have some G-Force Profilers and they look and feel like they are going to be stickier than fuck, and we all know fuck is sticky.

    Vishnu and Signal both use the BFGoodrich T/A's
     
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    what the hell are YOU getting those for Mr. 16.8 ??????

    :lmao:
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    <_< Eat me


    So that instead of creating a cloud of smoke till the middle of third I can mail you a copy of my low 14 slip :)


    And it was 16.4 :p
     
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    maybe some of you guys should do research before replying to a post.... if any of you could have taken just 10 seconds to search mickey thompsons web site before condemming it.... this guy could of had some awesome drag radials already.... but instead you guys flamed what you dont know as always....

    so how about you guys check out model sportman S/R part number 6651... the site is http://www.mickeythompsontires.com/street.html
     
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    micah Senior Member

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    nobody flamed or condemned them, just didnt know about them ;)

    and thanks for link but i have no idea how to read that table lol

    will need them for 15x6.5 or 15x7 so prolly 205-215/50 15's
     
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    micah Senior Member

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    anyone tried the yokohama a0329?
     
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