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  1. #11
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    Probably have to run an 18"... And even then may have to be the "big brake compatible" style from someone like Koya.

  2. #12
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    MT ET Streets are no more!

    Edit: I see limited choice for 18" without having to get a 9"+ wheel to fit a 285 tyre..

    Those 275 in 20" look nice but $$$ with current exchange rate
    Last edited by Nath; 27-08-2015 at 01:02 PM.

    Was: E3 S/C Maloo
    Now: Audi RS3 (11.00 & 136MPH)

  3. #13
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    Yeah, that's what I'm not liking.
    My little 245's hook up brilliantly, they're just a little small in height for my application.

    I'd say they'll eventually bring out a similar size range to the ET/ET2's, it's just the time in between

  4. #14
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    Want to sell them to me :P

  5. #15
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    They'll be for sale when I run my 10 and can't race no more...but there probably won't be much left of them by then

  6. #16
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    I've used the Hoosier street radials to good effect in the past. They were priced a tad cheaper as well.

    Just another product to consider. I know the MT's have an amazing reputation, I just couldn't get them at short notice so took a punt on the Hoosier

    Disclaimer: this is going back a couple years, price could've altered since then







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