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What's the preferred tire these days for dragsters?
 
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Since you asked, Hoosier c1550 Big Grin
 
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Anyone but the Hoosier C1550!
Laughing very hard
 
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And were off Laughing Hard
 
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Since you asked, Hoosier c1550 Big Grin


I ran them. They are ok. They hold air
 
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Since you asked, Hoosier c1550 Big Grin

Big Steve…KNOWS and the quickest fastest winningest dragsters in the country run them!
 
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M/T = morphadite Goodyears
 
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GY D2917? Saw a long time MT racer/dealer posting he had some available this past season.


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If you’re talking about Goodyear’s #2719, 35/15, it’s junk!
 
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Just recently swapped from the MT lil bubba to the C1550. no complaints so far. And they do hold air well with no soap.


Michael Frizie
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Both do the job well the 3197 is softer than the 3195.

We're $1200 a set on MT trailer in Bristol Fling...
 
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