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No 315 60 15 ?
 

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how do these compare to the older et street? I have the older 325/50.
 

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Are these available for immediate shipment?

Interested in the 325/50/15's

It takes me to First Choice Wheels and Tires website to purchase, but want to make sure that you guys have started shipping to retailers
 

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Any idea of the release date or availability of the new 26x8.5 pro radial slick?
 

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What is the difference between the 275/50 ET street "R" and the original 275/50 ET street radial? There both R2 compound and the "R" is slightly narrower? Are these tires the same as the ET Street radial PRO?
 

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What is the difference between the 275/50 ET street "R" and the original 275/50 ET street radial? There both R2 compound and the "R" is slightly narrower? Are these tires the same as the ET Street radial PRO?
Yes i like to know the diffrence over old 275 50 15
 

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Discussion Starter #14
Guys,

Looking into the website. Not sure what happened.

The radials in the ET Street R line are based on the ET Street Radial "Pro" technology.

Availability will be end of March / April.

The 26.0/8.5R15 Pro Drag Radials are available now.

Thanks,

Jason Moulton
 

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The R2 is a firm race compound we like to use on our DOT radial tires due to the load a radial tire can exert on the tread surface.

The M5 is what we would consider a medium firm race compound that work well in bias applications with heavier loads / higher horsepower.

I hope this helps.

Thanks,

Jason Moulton
 
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