Top-Performance Drag Slicks
Hoosier tires are well-known across the country for their success in drag racing. Hoosier drag racing slicks are run by a good percentage of NHRA and IHRA sportsman racers and the bias-ply and radial construction tires are offered in multiple compounds with tread widths ranging from 8 to 17 inches.
What Are The Top Hoosier Drag Slick Sizes?
The most popular Hoosier drag slick tire size is the 28 x 10.5 x 15. The next most-requested tire size is the 28 x 10 x 15 slick. The 32 x 14 x 15 Hoosier drag slick completes the top three tire sizes.
How Much Do Hoosier Drag Slicks Cost?
Hoosier drag slicks start at around $230 each and reach to below $650 each, depending on the size.
What Are The Main Benefits of Hoosier Drag Slicks?
Purchasing Hoosier drag slicks to your race vehicle adds a race-winning product that will help improve traction and improve the chances of getting to the finish line first. Hoosier has developed one of the best tire compounds in the racing industry to provide excellent traction characteristics.
How To Install Hoosier Drag Slicks
Before installing Hoosier drag tires, confirm the roll-out marked on the tires from Hoosier are within 1/2 " of each other, which will help the vehicle maintain a straight path down the track. The proper installation of Hoosier slicks requires a tire-mounting machine or tire changer. The wheels and tires also need balanced to prevent vibration while driving.
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