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Thread: Toyo slicks

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    Toyo slicks

    Asking again, Any one here running them??? Good or bad????????

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    YES IVE BEEN RUNNING THEM FOR ABOUT A MONTH . MY 60 IS STAYING THE SAME WITH THEM. WITH THING BEING TIGHT THIS YEAR THE BUY ONE GET WAS A BIG HELP ALSO.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tazracing
    YES IVE BEEN RUNNING THEM FOR ABOUT A MONTH . MY 60 IS STAYING THE SAME WITH THEM. WITH THING BEING TIGHT THIS YEAR THE BUY ONE GET WAS A BIG HELP ALSO.


    Thanks for the reply. What are you running them on?? How fast?? Thanks

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    I bought a pair two weeks ago because of the great deal. They work just as well as the Good Year D-5 I was running.
    27 Roadster SuperGas 2150lbs including driver 1.30 60ft just as before
    A friend of mine has a 2500lbs S-10 with a set of toyo and he is very impressed with them also.
    You gotta save money somewhere to offset the cost of fuel.
    Good Luck

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    IM RUNNING THEM ON THE EXT CAB ROUND TUBE S 15 THAT YOU CAN SEE IN MY GALLERY. IT BBC RUNS 9.30 AT 143 1.29 60 FT WEIGHS 2880
    WITH IN IT.

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    I've not ran them but a few locals have switched both cars were very inconsistent with them and they were slower then the hoosiers they took off.

    I was trying to dig up on one site where one guy said the set he had went to the cords in under 50 passes. Good deal but they seem to be hit or miss for a lot
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    I ran them last year and won three races, including a Wally. But starting this year 60 ft times got a little inconsistant. They were still showing lots of wear left. I think for the price their great. They're a little harder than Hoosiers so they'll last a little longer. Just remember to replace them when 60ft times get inconsistant. I went back to Hoosiers, I just think Hoosiers are just a little better.

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    Thanks for the replys guys.. It is a great deal but have always used Hoosers and they work for me so Im going to stick with them!!!!!!!


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