4.5" Tread Width
Hoosier 18107 Front Drag Racing Tire Features:
- Hoosier solid white lettering on sidewalls
- Superior compounding and construction
- Consistent, fast, and reliable
- Performance gains and quicker reactions
- Improves handling on the track
- DOT-labeled Hoosier Racing Tires meet Department of Transportation requirements for marking and performance only and are NOT INTENDED FOR HIGHWAY USE. It is unsafe to operate any Hoosier Racing Tire including DOT tires on public roads. The prohibited use of Hoosier Racing Tires on public roadways may result in loss of traction, unexpected loss of vehicle control, or sudden loss of tire pressure, resulting in a vehicle crash and possible SERIOUS PERSONAL INJURY OR DEATH.
What happened to Hoosier tire?
- Hoosier Tire, a renowned manufacturer, continues to produce high-quality tires. Over the years, they've expanded their tire range, catering to various racing disciplines and ensuring top-notch performance.
What type of tires are best for drag racing?
- For drag racing, tires like the Hoosier 28x4, 28 x4, or 28x4.5 offer excellent traction and grip, enhancing launch control and straight-line acceleration. These specific sizes cater to front drag wheels, providing optimal performance.
What size wheels for front drag?
- Front drag wheels often require sizes like 28x4, 28 x4, or 28x4.5, specifically designed to meet the demands of drag racing. These tire sizes offer the necessary width and diameter, ensuring superior handling and traction at the front.
Are Hoosier Rally tires street legal?
- Hoosier Rally tires are designed primarily for rally racing and may not be street legal in all jurisdictions. It's essential to check local regulations regarding tire usage on public roads to ensure compliance.
Looking for some tires to hold a car that has a 4000lbs plus race weight. I'm not seeing any Hoosier tires that say 8ply on them. Do they make a such thing?
what is the weight limit on these tires?
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