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Anyone know where to find the lower profile whitewalls as seen below?
Alright here is a take a good and long time friend of mine gave me. He works in r&d at a major tire manufacturer here in my current state of residence, he can not make an official statement for fear of reprisal, but the major reason manufacturers want
Phoenix drag tires has a size that would really work good for me, but I don't know much about them. Does anyone here have any experience with them? How do they work? Thanks, Derek
hey guys i got a crap ton of tires for sale on the cheap! i have.. (1) 225/75R15 (4) 205/60R16 (2) 215/50R16 (1) 195/60R16 (1) 205/55R16 (2) 215/70R16 (2) 225/75R16 (2) 215/55R16 (1) 215/55R17 (2) 225/55R17 (2) 225/50R17 (3)
Hello I have the Hankook tires .I have only 5K on them .I do not burn rubber or corner too hard . How are your tires wearing ? Did anyone research replacement tires? My Hankook tires seem to be good.I live in the south so I can not rate for snow .
I currently run stock BFG All-Terrains 265/75/16. I want to replace them with larger versions of the same tire, like 285's. I'd like to know what changes I will need to make or should make to accomodate these larger tires. Or will they just fit the