Nitto 555r price check

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  1. gto19

    gto19 Silver Member

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    Hey guys I need two back tires .where is the cheapest I can buy these .im looking I guess for

    555r 305-35-20

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    The cheapest I've seen is about $320 a tire with free shipping on Ebay. I have to admit I only checked about 8 or 10 locations though... just wanted to get an idea. It would seem you could find them cheaper... but who knows?
     
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    Thanks man
    I need a set bad
     
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    gto19 Silver Member

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    Is This the correct size ?
    Nitto 555r 305-35-20
     
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    There is a used set on eBay in NC, only 125 for two of them,, check it out before someone buys them
     
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    Saw that
    I'll prolly just buy a set on Amazon tonight

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    goingsolo2 Beast will be back bigger and better than ever! Hellcat Car Club Gold Supporting Member Hellcat Supporting Vendor

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    Just an FYI...before accepting any tires bought from eBay and other internet sites, as well as before leaving a tire shop, make sure to check when the tire was manufactured. Some places will try and get rid of old stock, where the rubber has already started to lose its endurance and strength in its composition. Here is a great read on how to check when each tire was manufactured. I have personally seen people buy "new" tires that were manufactured over 4-5 years ago and were just collecting dust on the shelf. Before making the online purchase, I would ask the seller to send you a picture of the manufactured week and year on each tire.

    Determining the Age of a Tire
     
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    I got a set from Summit Racing a fews years back they were reasonable.
     
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    What's a good nitto strest tire?
     
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    I like the 555r.
     
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    for i think $50 extra you can have them heated up (i forget what the process is called)....the supplier does it for you and it makes the tires last longer......many say its a real thing...i paid extra for it....
     
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    Heat cycling.
     
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    thats the word.....some say its BS....some say the tires do it on their own....but from my reading (on the web) i found if you want it to be perfectly heat cycled you get it done professionally....supposed to extend tread life by thousands of miles...easily worth $50 extra
     
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    So guys
    Is this the correct size to order I posted?

    Thanks!
     

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