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Old 01-29-2010, 07:27 AM
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I still have the OEM ones the factory put on the R/T.
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Old 01-29-2010, 09:09 PM
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Originally Posted by canadiancanuck View Post
Both V8Lite and I have the SXT (SE - with a canadian upgrade package) that came equiped with the 18's.

Hey Mark, been awhile, how's the beast?
She's running great. Is it Spring yet? I want to dump the snows, get the 20s back on and run her out to the coast. No problems since the cam shim was installed. How's your new one? Can you drive her with confidence now?
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Old 01-30-2010, 11:17 PM
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Does anyone know of a tire brand that would have a raised white letter model for my 20" heritage wheels?
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Originally Posted by V8 Lite View Post
She's running great. Is it Spring yet? I want to dump the snows, get the 20s back on and run her out to the coast. No problems since the cam shim was installed. How's your new one? Can you drive her with confidence now?
yeah the new car is a drastic night and day difference from the first one, but the car is comin along nicely, she got some new billet parts and JBA headers... she's almost done.

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Does anyone know of a tire brand that would have a raised white letter model for my 20" heritage wheels?
BFG have a couple styles, and I think Hoosier has street radials with white lettering, tire manufactures are making retro style tires, more of that classic muscle car like they originally came with. If I can find the links I'll post them up.
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Originally Posted by canadiancanuck View Post
BFG have a couple styles, and I think Hoosier has street radials with white lettering, tire manufactures are making retro style tires, more of that classic muscle car like they originally came with. If I can find the links I'll post them up.
WOW i didnt know they were making a 20" white letter tire.
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^ BFG RAdial T/A's have the raised white lettering, those would be a nice "old school" looking tire.


Mickey Thompson has some

this is a great site - www.universaltire.com ( Iused these guys for my 1953 Sunbeam rubber)
(Goodyear)

Hotrod Hanks - http://www.hotrodhanks.com/products/tires/

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well I started out with the stock continentals but after getting a spike in the sidewall and had to get new tires because I couldn't not find a match anywhere where I was at. So I put on 4 new Firestone Firehawk GT's Same size as the continentals but in a performance tire. These tires had super grip for sure and superb tire wear. They have 10,000 miles on them and still have 10/32 tread depth. I took those off when a car club member bought new rims for his R/T so I got the chrome clads from him and bought the Goodyear RSA's 245/45/20. So far it is a nice ride indeed.


BTW, I am selling the 18" rims with the Firestone's for $600
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