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Old 07-21-2008, 08:46 PM   #1
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Been sitting in my shed since receiving them. Brand new, still have the shipping labels and straps on them. $400 plus shipping.
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Old 07-21-2008, 11:59 PM   #2
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**** man i just paid like 5 something for mine if pall falls through i guess ill have to bust out the credit card.
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Man i'm tempted. Just a tire kicker though. Have to burn off my azenis' first.
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Man i'm tempted. Just a tire kicker though. Have to burn off my azenis' first.
shouldnt be hard to do, ask me how i know


Let me know if Paul falls through and how much it would cost to ship them to 94402 in CA..

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Are these better than kooks?
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well these are r-compound tires versus a street compound. Probably iffy in the rain though.
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How long have they been sitting?
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How do these work at autox??????
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These tires are ******* AMAZING in the wet. they are ******* AMAZING in the rain. they are ******* AMAZING at auto-x. they are ******* AMAZING at auto-x in the rain.

I do not break these tires loose with 300hp, even in first gear. before these tires i couldn't get anything to grip even in 2nd. They are much more comfortable than the azenis too. the sidewalls are rock hard and they still have great turn in. they don't need to heat up to have amazing grip either. they are ******* AMAZING right outta the driveway.
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These tires are ******* AMAZING in the wet. they are ******* AMAZING in the rain. they are ******* AMAZING at auto-x. they are ******* AMAZING at auto-x in the rain.

I do not break these tires loose with 300hp, even in first gear. before these tires i couldn't get anything to grip even in 2nd. They are much more comfortable than the azenis too. the sidewalls are rock hard and they still have great turn in. they don't need to heat up to have amazing grip either. they are ******* AMAZING right outta the driveway.

So Paul, I hear these tires are pretty decent, any thoughts on that?
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im still second behind paul if he doesnt want them, even though they are so amazing..
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Just waiting to hear back from Rick on the date codes.
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Sold?
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Sold to Paul!
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