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      12-08-2018, 11:10 AM   #4
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Originally Posted by bluewater328 View Post
Maybe you just got fresh hard rubber? Maybe still has some grease on them from the install or just a glazed state?

Or could be the opposite and your tires are stickier.

Burn em out and see if its still doing it.
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Originally Posted by bluewater328 View Post
Maybe you just got fresh hard rubber? Maybe still has some grease on them from the install or just a glazed state?

Or could be the opposite and your tires are stickier.

Burn em out and see if its still doing it.
I put on brand new Bridgestone Blizzak WS-80 tires. They are made of a super soft rubber compound. I will try driving on them more and seeing if it is in fact just the tires breaking in