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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-30-2009, 01:45 PM Thread Starter
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Which Tires Should I Get :/

i just got all my upgrades and all I do is spin tires I need new ones any suggestions??
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post #2 of 24 (permalink) Old 12-30-2009, 01:50 PM
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cheap ones....so when you replace them there isnt that big of a hole in your wallet

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get slicks, they will spin haha, seriously I'd get michelin pilot sports or goodyear eagles



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get slicks, they will spin haha, seriously I'd get michelin pilot sports or goodyear eagles
i was lookin at toyo or yoka whatever tires lol are they any good?
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get slicks, they will spin haha, seriously I'd get michelin pilot sports or goodyear eagles
Lasted me 20,000 miles and are pretty expensive.

Never again!, will I buy those! lol

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get slicks, they will spin haha, seriously I'd get michelin pilot sports or goodyear eagles
to hell with goodyear tires. I have brand new all seasons right now and they get very poor traction on wet/slick roads.


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you want track tires try the new nitto nt05r

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goodyear tires...ehh so so

a little pricey sometimes



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The GY Eagle GTs I have for snow tires aren't too bad, they were $135 a piece though.

I recommend Yoko's. The Parada Series 2 (the ones I have) are actually really nice for their price. Have GREAT traction on dry and wet roads. Good ratings on them too.

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Toyo t1-r's are badass we have them on the lincoln and they're fantastic with great wear
BFG KDW's I have on my car and I love them. They wear quicker


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