Hoosier 335/35x17 Drag Radials

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As the title says 335/35x17 drag radials with about 10 passes on them. Best 60' is 1.62. This is the only 17" Drag Radial that I have been able to wrinkle.

Wheels are not included, but as you can see, the tires fit very well on a 17x10.5

First one with $140.00 Cash in hand gets the tires.

Local pick-up only (Western Suburbs).
 

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I thought I would add some more pictures and information about these tires. The first picture is of a penny in the DOT groove next to the wear indicator. The second picture is of the slick wear indicator (all slicks have this kind of indicator, Hoosier is the only Drag Radial that I have seen use them). The third picture is measuring the depth of the slick wear indicator with a digital caliper (note that it reads .128" or a little over an 1/8"). The last one is the depth of the DOT groove (note that it reads .059" or a little less than 1/16"). These tires were designed to get better at the track as the DOT groove indicator goes away and they turn into a real slick. I hope this helps make a decision.
 

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First one with $140.00 Cash in hand gets the tires (see post #9)

Motivated, make me a reasonable offer. I've was just offered $100.00 but that's a little low.
 
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Tires still mounted and taken for a test ride? Purchased a set of 10.5 rims with shitty Mickey and have a bad shake at 60+ mph but tires were new, busted belt inside of tire. Let me know. Any change your coming to Nwi area or close by ?
 
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Tires still mounted and taken for a test ride? Purchased a set of 10.5 rims with shitty Mickey and have a bad shake at 60+ mph but tires were new, busted belt inside of tire. Let me know. Any change your coming to Nwi area or close by ?
No, tires are not mounted but I can assure you they were stable up to 123 mph (the fastest I was ever on them). I'm running a Kumho Ecsta XS 335/35x17 on that rim for my street setup and a separate track setup. Not sure where you are in Indiana but if you want them we could probably meet half way.
 

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How well would these work on a 17" rim 11" wide. I'm assuming good because you have them on a 10.5" rim. Only other ? Is the DOT indicator a sign they are street legal? I only drive my car in the summer and never drive in rain so having a slick tire out back isn't a big deal to me.
 
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How well would these work on a 17" rim 11" wide. I'm assuming good because you have them on a 10.5" rim. Only other ? Is the DOT indicator a sign they are street legal? I only drive my car in the summer and never drive in rain so having a slick tire out back isn't a big deal to me.
They would work great on an 11" wheel (recommended wheel width is 11"-13"). Yes the DOT groove is an indicator of being street legal. Still legal for a little while.

wonder how they would fit on a 9" wheel... hmmmm
10.5" is pushing it, but because of the softer side wall they actually fit quite well. I would not recommend on a 9" wheel.
 

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Amazing deal, not sure I am comfortable doing the BFH mod to my wheel wells to get a 335 on there. Thinking about it tho lol
 
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Amazing deal, not sure I am comfortable doing the BFH mod to my wheel wells to get a 335 on there. Thinking about it tho lol
Eastwood fender roller works well. Although I did not have my fenders rolled when I had these on the car.
 
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I was offered $130.00 today but required about a 30 mile drive so I countered at $140.00 to cover gas. There has been no response to the counter as of yet so I will offer it to everyone. First one with $140.00 cash and the ability to complete the transaction by the end of the day on Friday gets the tires.

So again, first one with $140.00 cash in hand gets the tires.
 

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