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Goodyear Eagle Drag Slick 31.0" x 12.0" - 15"


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Eagle Drag Slick 31.0" x 12.0" - 15"
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Goodyear Eagle Drag Slick
  • 31.0" x 12.0" - 15"
  • D-3 Compound
  • Free Shipping - Ships on 10/11/22

    What’s the total weight of the wheel 

    Asked by: Anonymous2006
    The Goodyear 478 D2585 is a tire only. It weighs 25lbs.
    Answered by: jshook
    Date published: 2022-09-06
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    Which Goodyear Eagle Drag Slicks Are Best?

    Depending on the car you're running and the conditions you expect to encounter,different Goodyear Eagle drag slicks will be better suited. The size also needs to be considered as a smaller slick will not provide enough traction. A larger one, on the other hand, will take a lot more power to get moving.

    For example, the 14.5"" Tread Width Drag Slick is perfect for high-horsepower cars that need all the traction they can get. If you're looking for something more budget-friendly, the 9"" Good Year Eagle might be a better option.

    How Much Do Goodyear Eagle Drag Slicks Cost?

    The starting price of a Goodyear Eagle Drag Slick 28"" x 9""-15 is under $250, while a complete 14.5"" drag slick kit will easily reach over $1,100. Prices tend to go up as the size and tread width increase.

    So if you're looking to give your car an edge on the competition, make sure to check out JEGS's selection of Goodyear Eagles today.

    Goodyear drag slicks are designed for maximum traction and consistent performance. Goodyear Eagle tires are a popular choice for many drag racers due to their proven track record of delivering good results.

    JEGS has a huge selection of Goodyear drag slicks in many sizes. Choose from single 9"" Goodyear Eagles or go all out with a Goodyear 14.5"" Tread Width Drag Slick and Tube Kit. No matter what size you need, JEGS has you covered.

    What Are Goodyear Eagle Drag Slicks Common Pros and Cons?

    The benefits of a Goodyear Eagle drag slick include decades of experience and research, and they have consistently delivered quality products that provide optimal traction and performance. Additionally, various compounds are available to custom tailor to your needs. On top of that, reinforced sidewalls ensure stability and prevent blowouts at high speeds.

    On the other hand, some racers might shy away from the cost of Goodyear Eagles. But when you compare them to other brands, they are very reasonably priced. When performance and safety matter most, Goodyear Eagles are definitely worth the investment.

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