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Anyone know how to tell how old Hoosier 17-34.5 are?


The last 2 sets i have bought only lasted 25 passes on a turbo car. I don't do huge excessive burn outs and guys i know with the blower cars are getting 40-50 passes on them but they get them from a different supplier. I'm wondering if I'm just getting some old tires to start with.
 

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Anyone know how to tell how old Hoosier 17-34.5 are?


The last 2 sets i have bought only lasted 25 passes on a turbo car. I don't do huge excessive burn outs and guys i know with the blower cars are getting 40-50 passes on them but they get them from a different supplier. I'm wondering if I'm just getting some old tires to start with.
25 to 30 is where they fall of bigtime.
 

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I have been getting mixed answers to amount of runs. i have screw blower guys saying 40 or so and i have heard 25 is good. Mine stop getting smoke off them around 18-20 passes and they stop picking rocks up an return road by 25 passes i might as well run in the rain lol
 

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Hoosier uses a number system that is not "transparent" to the buyers. You have to call them and they will look up the number and tell you when the tire was manufactured.
 
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