Tires

Discussion in 'Forum Requests' started by turbodoc, Feb 26, 2019.

  1. turbodoc

    turbodoc Full Access Member

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    I have been using
    Pirell Scorpion Zero 305/40 SR 22
    114W

    On my truck since it was new. Recently I was informed they are no longer available.

    What do the members recommend?

    Thank you!
     
  2. trussman

    trussman Active Member

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    I'm on my second set of nitto 420s in the same size. The sidewall isn't as stiff for hard hard cornering but it grips well and launches at the track nicely as well. I got over 50k out of my last set.
     
  3. turbodoc

    turbodoc Full Access Member

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    Thank you!
     
  4. SRT2SLOW

    SRT2SLOW Active Member Supporting Member

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    I had all the good tires. Best gripping next to the oem tires are the generals. Nittos and toyo suck. Nexen isnt to bad.
     
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    beastmode1 Full Access Member

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    I am running Yokohama Parada 305/40/22 and they have lasted 3 years. And they are quiet.
     
  6. Psycho1122

    Psycho1122 Full Access Member

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    I can still get the Scorpion Zero's at Tire Rack and Discount tire?!?
     
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