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    http://stgeorgetyres.com.au

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    Australia NSW
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  1. stgeorgetyres.com.au LET ME KNOW!

    http://www.stgeorgetyres.com.au/semi/search.aspx some more options on those semi slicks
  2. Price : $125 Condition : Used momo italy tyres now avaliable limited offer only momo italy tyres now avaliable limited offer only momo italy tyres the big brand is now in australia promo offer 2x225-40-18 tyres front and 2x255-35-18 $500 per set or $125 tread-wear rating of 280 (very quiet compound) and latest tech in patterns momo italy is giving you the time to prove your self for your the heads up on they are looking for sponsorship, not free loaders they want winners useing there products as history talks MOMO ITALY allways the leading product for more info you can go to momotyres.com.au or i can just sell them;-)
  3. stgeorgetyres.com.au LET ME KNOW!

    195-55-15 r888 2007 production $150 including freight to metro area 205-50-15 nitto nt01 or toyo r888 2012 production $200 plus $10 each freight to metro area
  4. Price : $200 Condition : Used heaps of semi- slick and full slicks all out to clear cheap and buy online freight australia wide toyo, nitto, pirelli full slicks and wet slicks wholesale we have onsite engineers to work out the best pack for you sms-0404702030 forum598 to get your forum discount ---- for reference
  5. 19" apec apache

    http://www.stgeorgetyres.com.au/wheels/apache-drift/product-detail.aspx 19" x 8 5-114.3 or 5-120 et offset---- we can make you any offset made to order from et 10 up to et 55
  6. Tyre Hookups

    I have a s/h u can pick up for free218 princes hwy arncliffe 95674999 http://www.stgeorgetyres.com.au/tyres/nitto-tyres-255-35-18-nt555/product-detail.aspx
  7. Tyre Hookups

    http://www.stgeorgetyres.com.au/245-40-19/search.aspxhttp://www.stgeorgetyres.com.au/275-35-19/search.aspx
  8. stgeorgetyres.com.au LET ME KNOW!

    http://www.stgeorgetyres.com.au/packages/apec-gtc-18-stagged-solid-grey-9-5-rear/product-detail.aspx
  9. horse shit not my best pic of it... but theres a 25/30mm pull with a pole. took about 3 minutes a side the night before the event. maybe if you like your guards looking like that
  10. Wheel offset to clear brembo

    17X9 +18 front & 17X10 +38 rear then you have to readjust your camber adjustment to bring them back under the guards to neg and then your toe adjustment! or you can find a set of wheels to more comply with your wheel track with a better design to suit brembos other wise good luck and happy drifting :-) please note the design of the wheel will play a big part to eg. some designs can be a et 40 and 17 x 9 and still not touch
  11. Wheel offset to clear brembo

    17X9 +18 front & 17X10 +38 rear then you have to readjust your camber adjustment to bring them back under the guards to neg and then your toe adjustment! or you can find a set of wheels to more comply with your wheel track with a better design to suit brembos other wise good luck and happy drifting :-)
  12. you have a much better chance with a heat gun and a hammer !!!!!!! a pole will never work properly, i have seen people get injured dont do it :-/
  13. 10" will fit even 11" the trick is in the offset and don't ask me to tell you what it is!!! different wheels, different suspension, different offset and then once you get that rite some tyre company's make small bodies or big body on there tyres for example nitto toyo or Michelin will make a much smaller body then federal, Yokohama etc and some times the difference will be up to 20 mm overall width larger. practise and experience will deferentially help..
  14. stgeorgetyres.com.au LET ME KNOW!

    stock list on toyo r888 http://www.stgeorgetyres.com.au/r888/search.aspx
  15. Street/daily tyre reviews

    1. all tyres are good as long as you get the combination rite and suspension is up to scratch ( bad suspension = bad tyres),,,(good suspension= good tyres) 2. its all on the compound 3. for the last 20 years tyre companies have been using the same compounds with new patterns and marketing schemes , 4. you just have to check what u have against what you want to buy and work out whether you want softer or harder or even longer lasting. 5. forget about ku31 or brands or patterns or what ever the latest marketing say, or even forget about what works good on bob your uncles car cause every driver and ever car will have a different affect to suit you best 6. tyre companies always cheat like all marketing schemes (eg tobacco companies, alcohol etc). they have a job to sell. 7. first 3 years tyre companies produce tyres with 220 tread-wear and compound of a temperature of A and and traction rating of B then on the fourth year the pattern stays the same and every thing seem to look the same but the ratings change and most tyre places and customers don't know the difference. best advise i can give you is, go to a tyre place you can trust for advise and do you own research but not in Australia have a look at the USA or UK there population is a lot higher and there is no room for crap (no one sided opinions). if there is anything else i can help you with please just message me and i have no shame in the truth even thou it hurts a lot a companies
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