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Old 03-02-2004, 04:14 PM
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BOY HOWDY!!!(New M/T tires)...

Just got my new M/T ET streets (26x11x17) mounted on my car and boy son do these things hook like no tomarrow. Without even heating them up, it only spins probably 3-5 revolutions max and sticks and goes. I was getting massive wheels spin and 2.3 or worse 60's but now when I warm them up they dead hook!Great investment

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Sweet, it really pins you in your seat huh?
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Rubberman you better get a set for the Ranger. I know a guy who only bought one because he had an open rear(had 3.73's). I said "I bet that didn't work." He said yea went to the track, heated the M/T up, light turns green and the driver side tire spun.

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