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a friend of mine is looking for tires for his 22 inch wheels. the only good price is from hankook (i dont know if i spelled it right) anyone have any opinion on this brand. thanks
 

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I have a pair on the front wheels of my supra right now. I plan on changing them as soon as my tire distributer gets a pair in stock to match the rears. I cant exactly complain about them in anyway.
 

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when i got the car it had some on there. they are ok, not something i'd go buy because i love them so much but they are good tires to ride on daily.
 

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I've also ran them with no complaints. My current favorite brands of "cheap tires" are Cooper (ZEON 2XS) and Falken (just about any set..AWESOME tires!)
 

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I'v ran them (k104's) on a few cars. These tires get excellent mileage compared to other performance tires. I always try to sell them to friends who want mileage over maximum performance. I have to admit I run them on my beater mk3 275mm in the rear and the car flat out handles with them. But the suspension is kind of set up for handling also. They definately suprise me on the turns and get great mileage to boot. Great tire for the price IMO.

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93 twintrbo said:
I'v ran them (k104's) on a few cars. These tires get excellent mileage compared to other performance tires. I always try to sell them to friends who want mileage over maximum performance. I have to admit I run them on my beater mk3 275mm in the rear and the car flat out handles with them. But the suspension is kind of set up for handling also. They definately suprise me on the turns and get great mileage to boot. Great tire for the price IMO.

Lawrence
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I have them on the rears. They grip pretty good on dry roads. But not in rain.
 

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I can definitely say they are better than the Cum-hoe Supra tires. They grip better and last longer and are cheaper. I am running a 275, 35 18 and in that size they only had the sport series tire. I spoke with handcook and they said they are planning on making the R series in the larger sizes. If you can pick up the R series I would suggest it from the road and track reviews.
 
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