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Old 06-13-2006, 12:01 PM
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M&H street/strip tires

Hello everyone,

Has anyone used a set of these tires or know anything about them and how they compare to the Nitto Drag Radials? http://www.mandhtires.com/store.php?...on=show_detail
I'm looking for some street/strip tires, something fairly sticky with a 10-15k mile life. I thought these looked pretty cool with a kinda nostalgic look. This truck won't be driven in the rain but I live in Oregon so its always a possibility.
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I used a set of M&H street slicks several years ago and they worked pretty well at the track. I got a best of 1.59 60 ft with a stock body Nova, leaf springs and slapper bars.

I never got in the position to need to drive in the rain

Also - do not try to run them at low pressures like slicks (8 to 10 psi). I tried it once and at the traps the tires started to roll under themselves - felt like I lost traction. Upon getting back to the pits, I could see scuff marks half way up the sidewall
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