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Street Drag Radials

This is a discussion on Street Drag Radials within the Wheels and Tires forums, part of the General Help category; You guys seem to get a lot better access to tyres over there than we do in Australia. What are ...

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    Street Drag Radials

    You guys seem to get a lot better access to tyres over there than we do in Australia. What are the current tyres of choice?
    I am hearing good things about Nitto 555R's but we have only a few sizes available here.
    Any feedback would be appreciated.

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    Thumbs up Mickey Thompson ET Street Drag Radial

    Forget the Nitto 555Rs -M/Ts Blow them away-just put a set on my car-Heat them up they "stick like F!@#$N Glue"! 0 Tread wear with their R1 Compound-u can feel the difference just by touching them.

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    BUT-Since you have a Monaro you may not be able to use them-My buddy has an 05 GTO he had to buy the NITTO 555Rs because Mickey Thompson did not manufacture a Drag Radial in the P245 0R P255 whatever one u guys use on those Monaros/GTOs. ...........P.S. Say Hi to Crocodile Dundee for me!

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    Quote Originally Posted by seriousblack
    BUT-Since you have a Monaro you may not be able to use them-My buddy has an 05 GTO he had to buy the NITTO 555Rs because Mickey Thompson did not manufacture a Drag Radial in the P245 0R P255 whatever one u guys use on those Monaros/GTOs. ...........P.S. Say Hi to Crocodile Dundee for me!
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    How's things "Down Under"? I saw a cool video feed of what looked like an older model Monaro at a drag strip in Australia doing the most outrageous Burn-out it looked like a Pro-Mod car. Did you see it? It was a Black car. Cool S!#t

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