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Old 08-30-2012, 05:15 PM   #1
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Question Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial Pro Drag Tires???

Anybody have pics or info on the new Mickey Thompson 3754X - ET Street Radial Pro 275/60's???? Any pics on the car??

Here is a link to the tires.... Mickey Thompson 3754X Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial Pro Drag Tires
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I run them. I have about 35 or so passes. They are getting pretty worn. They probly have 10-20 more passes. I have them on 8" wheels. They are deff wider and took alot of weight to balance. Could not be spin balanced. Had to bubble balance. think they would be better on a 9-10" wheel. I Had the old mickeys but would not trade these new ones for another radial! Deff a bad azz tire! Just wish they were lighter.
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Anybody have more info.....
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the differences between the 2 are tread design, tire height and tire width. the PRO is 3/8" wider on section and tread width. the PRO is .200 taller. compound is the same R2 compound.

sorry i cant help with any pics on a car
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the differences between the 2 are tread design, tire height and tire width. the PRO is 3/8" wider on section and tread width. the PRO is .200 taller. compound is the same R2 compound.

sorry i cant help with any pics on a car
Ok.......Thanks.....
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Here's a couple pics. Tires are pretty worn. Almost look like slicks now. Lol


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Think they would work on 10 holes? My street car runs 6.0`s on 28`s on a 10" rim but I'd like to put the 10 holes on it to get a more stock look. My 60` times are 1.40`s, nothing real fast.
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