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2/17/07 8:13 PM
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naMsdrawkcaB
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Edited: 17-Feb-07 08:14 PM
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I am looking for a good strret strip drag radial. something that has excellent traction but i can still drive on the street. what do you guys recommend? I was looking at the mickey thompson et street, some nittos, and som ebfgoodrich's. I am looking for something in a about 28x10-11 ona 18 inch rim. any help would be greatly appreciated.
2/18/07 4:35 AM
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Jonwell
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Edited: 18-Feb-07
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I've only used the BFG drag radials, but I had a great time with them. They hook very well, and ride like a normal set of BFG radials. Wear is fairly quick, so I wouldn't recommend it for a daily driver.
2/18/07 7:05 AM
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Pig Bun
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Edited: 18-Feb-07
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I've had BFGoodrich Drag Radials, Nitto Drag Radials, Mickey Thompson ET Streets and ET Street Radials. If I had to use one for DAILY driving, including highway speeds in wet weather, I'd use the Nitto's. If looking for the BEST traction, the MT E/T Street Radials are simply awesome.
2/18/07 3:29 PM
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CaptainXanax
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Edited: 18-Feb-07
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I'm partial to BFG drag radials myself. I was able to get about 8,000 miles out of a set and cut 1.7x 60' times with a 6-speed. Traction wise, though, none of the tires can compare to the ET Street Radial.
2/19/07 12:49 PM
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Pig Bun
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Edited: 19-Feb-07
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I pulled some high 1.6X's with the BFG's (275/60-15's) But with the same size ET radials, I got as good as 1.53. Same car.
2/23/07 1:03 PM
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Paul G
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Edited: 23-Feb-07
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I've used and like the BFG's but am thinking of trying a set of the MT street radials next time just for fun.

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