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Old 11-07-2018, 05:16 PM   #14
phook
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Originally Posted by Topless View Post
<< What Jay said.

Hankook RS-4, Dunlop Direzza, Yoko AD-08, BFG Rival will all hold up well to the rigors of DE and AX. They are excellent tires to learn the sport because they offer good predictable grip and last reasonably long. The Hankooks are better in the heat and Dunlop are better as a rain tire.

Put fresh tires all around, make sure your brakes and brake fluid are recent vintage, and spend $100 on a performance alignment to get to most negative camber you can in front. Now you are ready to party!
Thanks! I'm about ready to change out the brake lines+fluid and was planning on the alignment right after I got my tires.
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