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Thanks for the info.
What is the difference between these truck tires and passenger car tires?
 

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Well they are infact just large car tires, they are still "P" rated, not "LT".
The majority of all tires for our cars in 22" are these "truck/SUV" tires.
Advantage to using them are their Steel-reinforced sidewalls, and Reinforced load index. Ie. less chance to "pancake" your tire and damage your wheel.


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Thanks for the info.
What is the difference between these truck tires and passenger car tires?
 

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Well they are infact just large car tires, they are still "P" rated, not "LT".
The majority of all tires for our cars in 22" are these "truck/SUV" tires.
Advantage to using them are their Steel-reinforced sidewalls, and Reinforced load index. Ie. less chance to "pancake" your tire and damage your wheel.
thanks for the info. Are truck tires any louder or provide less grip when compared to passenger car tires?
 

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Well an actual truck tire designated "LT" would likely be louder than you are use to, and would be much stiffer. But like I said these tires are "P" passenger tires. The come in a "Y" speed rating, and use the latest in silica compounds. It will be a very sticky tire.


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thanks for the info. Are truck tires any louder or provide less grip when compared to passenger car tires?
 

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Well they are infact just large car tires, they are still "P" rated, not "LT".
The majority of all tires for our cars in 22" are these "truck/SUV" tires.
Advantage to using them are their Steel-reinforced sidewalls, and Reinforced load index. Ie. less chance to "pancake" your tire and damage your wheel.

P rated? 93 MPH.... Funk That...
 

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No. "P" rated as in passenger tire, not as in speed rating. What type of cr*p do u think i am trying to push on you guys :pat:
This tire is "Y" speed rated as i mentioned in that post. So it is good for 186mph+

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P rated? 93 MPH.... Funk That...
 

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what would this tire run retail? Right now I'm running 265/35/22, but I want to go down to a 30 series profile. My bro quoted me 275$ ea. for these :Hankook
Ventus S1 evo K107 265/30 ZR22 99Y XL Also speed rated Y.
 

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what would this tire run retail? Right now I'm running 265/35/22, but I want to go down to a 30 series profile. My bro quoted me 275$ ea. for these :Hankook
Ventus S1 evo K107 265/30 ZR22 99Y XL Also speed rated Y.
I am running 265/30-22 with KW variant II. I dont like the ride too much. It looks sweet though. I am thinking about going to 265/35/22 for front and 285/30-22 for rear.
 

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what brand and how much did you spend?
 

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My current tires are Pirellis P zero nero with 265/30-22 front and 295/25-22 rear. There is not enough sidewall with this setup, but looks sweet. I havent found a manufacturer that makes 265/30-22 or 265/35-22 (front) AND 285/30-22 or 295/30-22 (rear)
 

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Kumho makes the STX (KL12) in 265/35R22 and 285/30R22
Pirelli makes the Scorpion Zero Asy. in 265/35R22 and 285/30R22
Toyo makes the Proxes 4 in 265/30R22 and 285/30R22
Hankook makes the Ventus ST (RH06) in 265/35R22 and 295/30R22
Kumho makes the STX (KL12) in 265/35R22 and 295/30R22
Pirelli makes the Scorpion Zero Asy. in 265/35R22 and 295/30R22
Toyo makes the Proxes S/T in 265/30R22 and 295/30R22

Hope that made your searching a little easier.


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My current tires are Pirellis P zero nero with 265/30-22 front and 295/25-22 rear. There is not enough sidewall with this setup, but looks sweet. I havent found a manufacturer that makes 265/30-22 or 265/35-22 (front) AND 285/30-22 or 295/30-22 (rear)
 

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Kumho makes the STX (KL12) in 265/35R22 and 285/30R22
Pirelli makes the Scorpion Zero Asy. in 265/35R22 and 285/30R22
Toyo makes the Proxes 4 in 265/30R22 and 285/30R22
Hankook makes the Ventus ST (RH06) in 265/35R22 and 295/30R22
Kumho makes the STX (KL12) in 265/35R22 and 295/30R22
Pirelli makes the Scorpion Zero Asy. in 265/35R22 and 295/30R22
Toyo makes the Proxes S/T in 265/30R22 and 295/30R22

Hope that made your searching a little easier.
omg, thank you!!!!!!!!
 

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Kumho makes the STX (KL12) in 265/35R22 and 285/30R22
Pirelli makes the Scorpion Zero Asy. in 265/35R22 and 285/30R22
Toyo makes the Proxes 4 in 265/30R22 and 285/30R22
Hankook makes the Ventus ST (RH06) in 265/35R22 and 295/30R22
Kumho makes the STX (KL12) in 265/35R22 and 295/30R22
Pirelli makes the Scorpion Zero Asy. in 265/35R22 and 295/30R22
Toyo makes the Proxes S/T in 265/30R22 and 295/30R22

Hope that made your searching a little easier.
I dont see the Toyo Proxes 4 here in that size, is there site not updated?
http://www.toyoeditor.com/proxes4_specs.html
 

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does the 265/35/22 fit on front of srt8 with no problems w/o doing anything??

just realized this post is from 2006! ha
 
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