Hi dognutz; The 6/26-15 slick has a Section Width of 8.5" inside sidewall to outside sidewall and the guy's run that slick now on a PT stock Steelie. The Dot 6/26-15 = 215/65-15 has a sidewall to sidewall of 8.3".dognutz said:these tires have no problem fitting under srt4. if on 15" rims am i right.
these r DR correct.
NHRA DOT/street tire class...Yes. Nopi, they are a little goofy...Street tire class says no bias ply :crying:dognutz said:when you say D.O.T. that means there okay for street right. and if so thay should be good at any NHRA track. nopi should be good to depending what class your in .. am i getting this right SLICK M/H
Hi dognutz; Yes they are Dot approved for NHRA, but I do not recommend running on the street as a Daliy driver. It has the M&H racing compound and you will only get 5,000 miles and do not drive in wet condition.dognutz said:when you say D.O.T. that means there okay for street right. and if so thay should be good at any NHRA track. nopi should be good to depending what class your in .. am i getting this right SLICK M/H
#1 M&H Slicks have a nylon cord and have the HB-11 racing compound.dognutz said:okay so with that said are these slicks. if not what is the befit of running dr's. is it a price different . i know slicks wounld be better ,but dr's r harder then slicks so where is the benfit.. hope this makes sinces.
Hi psi chick: Well metric very in brands and sizes, so here is what you are going to have to do for me. Get a tape measure and measure how wide the tire is and how tall and let me know, and I will see what I can do for you. :thumbsup:psi chick said:any chance of these tires coming in a 225/55-15?