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06-17-2004 08:35 PM
trees I am with Jim on those fat tires. They will be hydro planing fools. Can you get Bridgstone tires down under? Their Pretenza is a high rated tire when compared with comparable tires on tire rack.com or discount tire.com.

Trees
06-17-2004 04:52 AM
302 Z28
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Originally posted by scotty47
hi Vince, DO the nitro tires come in the size i am looking for Thanks SCOTT
I don't think so, but you might look at Toyo, and Yokohama also.

Vince
06-16-2004 08:06 PM
scotty47 hi Vince, DO the nitro tires come in the size i am looking for Thanks SCOTT
06-16-2004 07:59 PM
302 Z28 I am considering Nitto tires for my 34 Coupe. My Wifes Tahoe is on it's second set of Michelin tires, after getting rid of the T/A's. The first set of Michelins I put on the Wifes Tahoe just came off last weekend and there was still enough tread that I put them on my truck that was in need of tires. I will never own another set of T/A's.

Vince
06-16-2004 03:40 PM
scotty47 thanks Vince ,but im from New Zealand and we dont get a great range of tires down here .what other types of tires would you think are ok in the 345x55x15 size .i am thinking of import some into New Zealand ,once again Vince thanks for you help SCOTT
06-16-2004 06:15 AM
302 Z28 BFG T/A radials are the most overrated tires in existence IMO. I have owned 3 sets, and have had quality problems with all three. IMO they went downhill when they merged with Uniroyal. It amazes me that rodders still choose this tire over what is out there.

Vince
06-16-2004 12:58 AM
scotty47 thanks guys for you help but maybe i should say with the tires i have but i would still like the bigger tires. Is anyone using the 345x55x15 as to the 275x60x15.Thanks all
06-16-2004 12:05 AM
jimfulco Wider tires tend to hydroplane more easily, kinda like big fat water skis.
06-15-2004 01:07 PM
johnsongrass1 The Comp T/A and radial T/A are the best street tire for the money in my opinion.
06-14-2004 10:30 PM
scotty47
BFG tires

can someone out there help in have 275x60x15 BFG tires and would like to put on 345x55x15 are they as good on the street as my old tires as this car is driven daily and in the wet

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