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Looking for some DOT slicks for 16" wheel...

Hey guys, I am building up a 90 tbird SC with a few boltons and some giggle gas, and occasionally run the car at the local track.

Its a heavy car, and lots of tourque down low, so people seem to break axles and input shafts in these IRS cars with drag radials... Wheel hop is also bad in the 5 speed tbirds, but I ahve an AOD.

I am looking at some "weekend cheater slicks" but I don't want the drag radials. I am looking for a bias ply tire, like the Hoosier quick time pros, or the MT sportsman pros...

Anyuone have any experience with these...

Just wondering what suggestions ya'll have???

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Have you thought about the M/T Street E.T.'s?
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ET Streets can be had in a 16". 26X10.50-16LT is the smallest size.
ET Street radials can be had in the same size but they designate with the metric callouts. 255/60-16 I think...
If you need smaller you can always go to a 15" steel wheel to expand the availability...
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