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Old 07-02-2010, 02:10 PM
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Originally Posted by NIGHTRUNNER2006 View Post
Ur not going to want to hear this but even drag radials have a real soft compound and with the graded road u referred to its just going to eat em up like a cheese grader. Very bad Idea for ur current situation. However MT's are the BEST in the business for DR's but your gonna pay. Kumho makes a DR thats decent and wont break the bank....since ur gonna eat em up I suggest these. As for the Nitto's Ive heared nothing but bad news about these. And really any Drag tire is going to suck on gravel and in water so dont spend a grip on em if ur not using them as their intended.

I used MT Slicks on my race car and they HOOKED LIKE A MF. LOL I currently have a brand new set of MH with stickers on em still...to bad they wont fit lol.
IDK...Nittos have worked great on the Lightnings, but on mustangs, camaros etc etc maybe not so good. Your setup has a lot to do with Nitto's hooking IMO
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