1. G-man

    G-man Well-Known Member

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    Hi

    I found some mickey Thomspon Bias-Ply tires (sportsman Pro). They have a 8/32 Tread depth (just like Hoosiers pro-street radials) but they run a drag Compound. Will those Bias-Ply tires hook better than a radial being made of a drag compound?

    Why or why not go Bias Ply?

    Hoosier claim a 20 000 mile life on the Pro-streets at 8/32" tread, what could I expect out of Sportsman Pro ?
     
  2. daredevil

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    I would think the radials would be superior due to the fact they would have a bigger foot print with the sidewall flex than a bias ply. the footprint would be longer. also the ride would be better.
     
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