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      12-07-2012, 02:34 AM   #1
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18" with Michelin Pilot Super Sport

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How do you like those tires? I'm thinking about getting a set, but I'm not ready yet. Still have a little tread on my PS2 ZPs.
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How do you like those tires? I'm thinking about getting a set, but I'm not ready yet. Still have a little tread on my PS2 ZPs.
They are fantastic, I don't think I would ever try another tire. Especially living in Florida where I don't have to worry about all season tires. The grip, the cornering, the fast response it unbelievable. I would highly recommend them.
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