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I’m going to try a set of Hoosier drag bracket radials, anyone have any experience with them good or bad?
 
Posts: 235 | Location: Flanders,NJ USA | Registered: November 19, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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I have a set but they won't fit on my car.
I've been running the M/T 29.5 x 10.5 PBR's and these Hoosier 29.5 x 10.5 DBR's are huge.

It's going to require that I notch my frame and alter the wheelhouses to get them on the car.


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Originally posted by Goob:
I have a set but they won't fit on my car.
I've been running the M/T 29.5 x 10.5 PBR's and these Hoosier 29.5 x 10.5 DBR's are huge.

It's going to require that I notch my frame and alter the wheelhouses to get them on the car.

Hey Goob . Due to very limited pricy supply here I had thought of try those but worried about the extra 1"section width . Hearing you result I know they wont fit my Plymouth .Thanks .
PS I use the MT PBR and currently have the Hoosier 30x10.5R15 slick .Both on 10"rim though have used Hoosier on 8".

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Next winter I'll do the frame notch and get some 10" wheels for them.


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I’m on my second set of Hoosier DBR 28 x 9 after running dozens of sets of Hoosier and Goodyear 30 x 9 radials for over 20 years.

I don’t know that I can say the DBR has been revolutionary, as the other radials were always great for me. But they work well, the life is good, and I can use that little bit extra gear ratio from the shorter tire so I’m sticking with them.


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Side note, I've had several sets of 9 x 30 bias slicks on my car, picked up a pair of Phoenix and couldn't even get them into the wheel openings, those things were like 97" rollout.


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