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  • PRO DRAG RADIAL

    Acceptable practice for rim width is tread width plus or minus 1 inch.

    IMPORTANT: ALL BIAS DRAG DRIVE TIRES MUST BE MATCHED TO BE WITHIN 1/2 INCH ROLL OUT.

    NEVER USE RIM SCREWS ON RADIAL DRAG TIRES!

    CONSTRUCTION:
    ST - Suggested for manual transmissions (medium compound)
    W - Extra tread width (please note actual tread and section width on spec sheet)
    S - Stiff sidewall construction aids in quicker reaction time due to less tire distortion. Also good in high horsepower applications and for heavy cars (Over 3,000 lbs)
    C - Sport Compact
    R - Radial Construction


    * Stiff Sidewall
    † High Growth Tire

    MICKEY THOMPSON COMPOUND SELECTION CHART

    Medium <--------------------------------------------------------------------> Soft
       M7 X5   M5   M8                 R1   X8    L8    X7   L4

    B2 - For Motorcycles
    L4 - FWD Vehicles
    L7 - For Motorcycles
    L8 - Good Compound for General Use
    L2 - For Jr. Dragsters
    M5 - Good Compound for General Use
    M7 - Good Compound for High Horsepower Applications With Clutch
    M8 - Aggressive Compound for Index Racing, Works Well in All Ambient and Track Conditions
    X5 - Cooler running version of M5
    X7 - Cooler running version of L7
    X8 - Cooler running version of L8
    R1 - Special Compound for ET Drag Radial
    R2 - Special Compound for ET Street S/S, ET Street R & ET Street Radial Pro