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    Toyo Slicks

    Is anyone on here running them or have you ran them, good or bad.
    They have their 2 for one sale on again until Dec. 31st. and i'm thinking of buying a set of 14.5X32X15's, around $300.00 including shipping.

    Zip.

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    toyo

    A customer of mine has them in that size. He got the 2 for 1 deal last year. I must say I was surprised how well they worked on his S-10 extended cab bracket race truck. It is a 421 SBC with a powerglide. Runs high 5's with 1.23 60 ft. He says he is going to buy a new set for next year on the 2 for 1 deal.

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    Re: toyo

    Quote Originally Posted by markdunlap
    A customer of mine has them in that size. He got the 2 for 1 deal last year. I must say I was surprised how well they worked on his S-10 extended cab bracket race truck. It is a 421 SBC with a powerglide. Runs high 5's with 1.23 60 ft. He says he is going to buy a new set for next year on the 2 for 1 deal.
    I would like to know if they are good. I am buildng a car that would help 2 for 1. money is tight. I am building a 600 hp camaro 69 Please anynone have the link? and what conpound that would be good?

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    Here's the link, i didn't want to sound like i was advertising for them, i do have a friend with a 90's model backhalfed Camero with a pump gas 496, that runs 9.50's and it hooks like a bear.
    They gave me a price of $267.12 this morning but didn't know the exact shipping, until they could get in touch with Toyo, since they are factory drop shipped, but said around $50.00 for the 14.5X32X15's. They only come in one compound.

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    http://www.lesschwab.com/tires/dragracing.asp#GoHere

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    Quote Originally Posted by zipper06
    Here's the link, i didn't want to sound like i was advertising for them, i do have a friend with a 90's model backhalfed Camero with a pump gas 496, that runs 9.50's and it hooks like a bear.
    They gave me a price of $267.12 this morning but didn't know the exact shipping, until they could get in touch with Toyo, since they are factory drop shipped, but said around $50.00 for the 14.5X32X15's. They only come in one compound.

    Zip.

    http://www.lesschwab.com/tires/dragracing.asp#GoHere
    Thats ok with me. I need all the help I could get. Save cash helps to. THANKS

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    Quote Originally Posted by Big409
    Quote Originally Posted by zipper06
    Here's the link, i didn't want to sound like i was advertising for them, i do have a friend with a 90's model backhalfed Camero with a pump gas 496, that runs 9.50's and it hooks like a bear.
    They gave me a price of $267.12 this morning but didn't know the exact shipping, until they could get in touch with Toyo, since they are factory drop shipped, but said around $50.00 for the 14.5X32X15's. They only come in one compound.

    Zip.

    http://www.lesschwab.com/tires/dragracing.asp#GoHere
    Thats ok with me. I need all the help I could get. Save cash helps to.

    THANKS

    Hey don't want to be a pain. What store you call and question for others Tube's or no Tube's what you guy's think on that question.

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    Got a buddy that has been running them on his chassis car. He has been happy with them. Not a lot of runs so can't tell you what the longevity is going to be.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shawnp
    Got a buddy that has been running them on his chassis car. He has been happy with them. Not a lot of runs so can't tell you what the longevity is going to be.
    Tube's or no Tube's? what is better? Thanks

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    I do not believe he has tubes in the tires. I could be wrong but have never known them to run tubes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by shawnp
    I do not believe he has tubes in the tires. I could be wrong but have never known them to run tubes.
    Do you run Tube's and is one better then the other? Thanks


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