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Low profile tires
Hi all, I wanted you to know that the Hillsboro American Tire Pro shop (right by Hillsboro towing) has 165 45 15 tires in stock, mounted and balanced for 170 bucks a pair.  They are Federal Formoza.  Super low profile, great for slammed cars, and much better contact area than 135's.
"Our Faster is Faster than their Faster" as seen on a local motorcycle company truck...

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Re: Low profile tires
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not bad


options for those not close to Hillsboro

this price is shipped

https://www.onlinetires.com/cart.php

$30 to mount andtypically typiclly


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Oh, and he gave me 70 bucks trade in on the 185 60 15's that were on it.

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John over there is a super nice guy. I get all of my tires and alignments done there. He does air-cooled alignments too.
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I have had those on my oval for years. Paid $140 shipped plus $30 mounting at the time. Could have sold them right after I bought them to a guy for $200. He didn't know where to find them.....

Not bad tires, but they ride like crap. Steering is harder as well due to the larger contact patch. I am looking to go with a 145-65-15. Nearly same diameter tire, but better ride by far.
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145 65/15 Are What I run  :2up:  Much Better Tire