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I came across 2 STOCK sized F1's 255 series Goodyears an wondered if there is a problem running rsa's in front (245) with the F1s in the back ? Buddy says i may have issues in the rain because of tread pattern so is this true? These 255's have 7/32 of life remaining (roughly 70%) according to the owner of them for $150 an no patches or plugs ever . is this a good deal? Jic these are for my stock srt wheels (20's)
 

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I'm sure you will not notice much in ordinary driving, but if you're really hammering it there's gonna be a downside!

RSA's are really bad tires for "spirited" driving, and F1's are excellent as long as it's warm and dry. Two very different tires.
 

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I'm sure you will not notice much in ordinary driving, but if you're really hammering it there's gonna be a downside!

RSA's are really bad tires for "spirited" driving, and F1's are excellent as long as it's warm and dry. Two very different tires.
I couldnt have said it any better or agreed any more X10
 

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Never mix tires!!!

Bernie
 
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