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Old 09-04-2007   #11 (permalink)
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After thinking about it if i go with a 315 tire i will use the Falken Azenis 615
I will be using those tires too when I mount my new wheels. It is surprising how few 315/30/18 tires there are. BFG DR's, Michilen Pilots, the Falkens maybe one or two others.

Also check out these new Toyo's you can get in a 315. They maybe a little agressive for the streets as the will replace their RA1 line of tire, but the may work just fine. Needless to say their suppose to be pretty damn sticky from what I'll heard.
http://www.toyo.co.uk/page.php?identity=r888

BTW you may want to check out this thread. This guy is replacing his Falken Azenis 615 tires with the Toyo's.(I believe their both 315/30/18 tires, but Falkens run slightly undersize) He said he really liked the Falkens but wanted to try something new. It has some pretty good pictures too.
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Falken and Nitto both build good tires. I would do the 315s if you can, but 295s definitely don't look bad.
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I just wonder how the Falken 615's will be in the rain since we tend to get a lot of rain here in northern California....
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BTW you may want to check out this thread. This guy is replacing his Falken Azenis 615 tires with the Toyo's.(I believe their both 315/30/18 tires, but Falkens run slightly undersize) He said he really liked the Falkens but wanted to try something new. It has some pretty good pictures too.
http://www.svtperformance.com/forums...d.php?t=413312

This is very true! i know for a fact that BFGs run wider then Nittos! ive had both in DR form and my BFGs where wider then the Nitto DRs!
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This is very true! i know for a fact that BFGs run wider then Nittos! ive had both in DR form and my BFGs where wider then the Nitto DRs!
Yeah Nitto's defanently run undersized. I'm running some 315 Nitto DR's on the factory 9" wheels.
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