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Anyone have any experience with them? It's time to replace the MT ET Streets and these Hoosiers are $80 cheaper per tire. I think the 28 x 11.50-17LT is pretty close to the 305/45/17's I currently run. They are bias-ply but would be race-only and I tow the car to the track so I don't think that will be an issue. So, looking for guidance...good, bad, stick with the MT's, a different option, etc.
 

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Bias ply will be less stable at the top end.
That said, I haven’t used them. I have ran the mt et street ss and street r. I wouldn’t go back from the Rs.


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I was leaning towards the R's but saw the price difference of the Hoosiers and had to ask.
 

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i used them years ago when i raced an f-body....they hooked well, but you need to be prepared for the wiggle you’ll feel on the big end. it’s no big deal once you’ve been through it.
 

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I just ended up getting the MT Street R's (or I will whenever they get off the slow boat from China).
 

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I run the Hoosiers, but you need a Bias Ply Front runner also or else the wiggle everyone is talking about will show it's ugly head
 
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