Drag Radials only go up to a 17 inch rim. I have the Nitto 275/40/17 on my factory rims. The BF Goodrich tires do hook better then the Nittos. On the down side they only last half as long. If you wont drag radials you are going to have to drop down to a 17 inch rim.
Well I guess I will have to go see what they actually are tomorrow..The guy says they look alot like the nittos..I will post what they are exactly tomorrow..If this tire isnt what they say it is,I am gonna have to go back to the 17 onch wheels instead of my 18's..Thanks for the 2 responses..
ok, the BFG tires are called BFG G-Force T/A R1's, not a true drahg radial but real close..They do look pretty sticky and a whole lot like a drag radial..If I keep the 18's on i am gonna try them on DHG#785..
I have seen the tires you are talking about. They are know where near as sticky the BF goodrich drag radial. The Bf are made for Drag racing. With a hard burnout you could probably launch around 5000 rpms.
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