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Old 02-14-2018, 12:23 PM   #1
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What is the differences between M/T 3572 & M/T 3472 Drag Radials

I see the 3572 has less of a tread pattern and probably is not as good in the rain. Has anyone had a chance to run both and make a comparison?


MICKEY THOMPSON 3572 P305/45R17 ET STREET R


MICKEY THOMPSON 3472 P305/45R17 ET STREET S/S
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Old 02-14-2018, 01:57 PM   #2
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Pretty much what you said. The Street R is best for the strip and wouldn't be good on the street in rain. You can run them on the dry street although not ideal. In the rain you're asking for trouble.

The SS is going to be good peformance all around for mostly street.
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Old 02-19-2018, 03:00 PM   #3
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Pretty much what you said. The Street R is best for the strip and wouldn't be good on the street in rain. You can run them on the dry street although not ideal. In the rain you're asking for trouble.

The SS is going to be good peformance all around for mostly street.
Since I posted this I have found out the R Tire has a softer sidewall as well. Since these are going to be my track tires and wheels I think I am going to go for them.
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NOT ONLY the differences said.....the SS has more tread

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