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Just under $1050 with install (archive)

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Posted by Steve Homs on March 09, 1999 at 12:39:56:

In Reply to: Re: BFG G-Force kd's posted by SPEEDYM3 on March 09, 1999 at 09:52:30:

: : Had BFG's installed today sized 225/45 255/40. The fit is perfect! Look much bigger. These tires not only look fatter, but have a really tight rim protector. On the OE Dunlop's there is a large gap between the outer most rim and the reim protector. The BFG's seem to track straighter also, improving the return to center feel. The weather in SF bay area is pretty wet, so I can't say anymore yet. These things are definetely the best choice in my opinion. They look just like 235/45 and 265/40 of any other brand. Very wide for listed size! Don't make the mistake and buy Pirelli's, Potenza's or Michelins.

: : By the way, my web site is no longer up, I may decide to get a dedicated site. My computer with DSL was not such a great server!

: : Steve Homs

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: How much were they??




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