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09-09-2012 08:34 PM
chevyman4ever
winterforce tire

Does anyone know if you can run winter force tires in imca.
07-08-2012 10:59 PM
1971BB427
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Originally Posted by ericnova72 View Post
You can also check The Official Site for American Racer® Racing Tires These used to be called McCreary Race tires.

These make a good Street/Strip tire also as there have the DOT legal stamp.
Most the race tires that are "DOT approved" make marginal street tires. Even the companies who sell them have told me they are not good for any street use beyond driving to and from the track. Prolonged street use will result in tire failure.
07-08-2012 04:25 PM
ericnova72 You can also check The Official Site for American Racer® Racing Tires These used to be called McCreary Race tires.

These make a good Street/Strip tire also as there have the DOT legal stamp.
07-07-2012 06:08 AM
semihemihotrod When I raced we were only allowed to run on Hoosiers Hoosier Racing Tire -- Tires Designed For Champions
07-01-2012 03:03 PM
jdhemin
tires

depends on if the track has a tire rule ....If the track has a track tire then you go to the track and check the price on the new and compare to used and sometimes there is a big discount......the tires would come off like a modified or a upper class car and they run about half the life out of them and go with new tires so just look around find out if there is a track tire or not.........jdhemin
07-01-2012 02:47 AM
hobby28
IMCA Hobby Stock Tires

Does anyone know what brand and model of tires that are being used on dirt track hobby stocks. I have to use 205/70/R15 and I currently use primewell PS850.

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