Now that you have modded the hell outta your ride, you have to find a way to get your car to stick to the ground. Talk about the different types of tires used here.

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Post by SoCal_Cabby » Wed Feb 18, 2004 3:15 pm

it's not drifting when its a front wheel drive car, it's skidding (pulling the E-brake)

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Post by bubster007 » Wed Mar 09, 2005 9:42 am

I think that ToYo is a four letter word. I am suprised that Kuklaki didn't jump all over the opportunity to nail their arces when the word came up. Everyone in Georgia knows how ToYo tried to shove it up the tax payers here in North Georgia. Well I guess they are not stiffing anybody any worse than Wal*Mart or any other big corporation. I know that in order to be competitave in a capitolistic society one has to explore all the options but ToYo was so transparent in their non-Vasaline approach to the local taxpayers.
Come on guys. if you are going to do, us at least some cards and flowers and call us in the morning...Jez.
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Post by BigDaddy90Cabby » Wed Apr 20, 2005 1:02 pm

I know its off the wall.. but cheap.. Cooper Cobra puts out a really good tire IMHO.. when I used to have teh heavy Chevy truck.. i started with BFG's, went through back tires on that at least once a month.. Coopers lasted so much longer.. their low pro, performance tires drive well, and look sharp too.
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