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Old 09-20-2005, 05:40 PM
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i need tires .ive heard bfg TAs are no good .im also looking at the futura gls at pep boys ive heard the same .i need comments and advice i dont want to waste money .im getting 245 60 15 .

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Old 09-20-2005, 06:47 PM
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BFG T/a's are good tires, they bite the pavement good. The thing with tires that get a good bite is they are made from real soft rubber, thats why the bite. Due to this they are very good tires, but they will not get good mile age like one with harder rubber will.
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I use the Tirerack to do my tire research...

http://www.tirerack.com/

good info here...
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I suggest using at least an H speed rated tire.

I run the regular T/As on a 63 car that had H speed rated Jap tires before, and the T/As feel wishy washy in corners and wavy roads. I plan on selling them.
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