Mickey Thompson Tire ET Street Radial II 315/35-17 Drag Tire

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Mickey Thompson Tire ET Street Radial II 315/35-17 Drag Tire
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Product Description

Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial II 315/35-17 Drag Tire.

Mickey Thompson's legendary race tire technology comes to the street with the ET Street Radial II. Built using the latest in high tech radial construction techniques and years of drag racing experience and compound development, this D.O.T. approved street legal drag radial will get your car down the track in record time and drive you home with sure handling and an excellent ride.

The ET Street Radial II line is specifically designed for modern performance cars including sport compacts, Mustangs, Corvettes, Vipers and others that require bigger wheel diameters for brake clearance.

Features and Benefits:
- Soft Compound For Superior Traction On The Drag Strip
- Radial Construction for Excellent Ride Control on the Street
- Polyester Ply, Steel Belted for Strength and Durability
- D.O.T. Approved
- 26" Overall Diameter Drag Tire
- 1" Shorter than Original Tires on 2005+ Mustangs

Please Note: All Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial II tires are designed for drag racing use. While Mickey Thompson ET Street Radial II tires meet Department of Transportation requirements, they are recommended for DRY PAVEMENT USE ONLY!

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Product Questions

Will the Micky Thompson 375/35-17 drag tire fit a stock 1966 mustang tire well area? Will they also fit a stock 1970 rear fender well?

Asked by: mhogie
Both of those in their stock form would NOT support a 315/35-17. But we do offer the Detroit Speed Deep Tub Kit for all 1965-1970 Mustangs (P/N: DSE040405). This kit would allow you to fit up to a 315/35-17 tire on the '66 with a 17x11" wheel and up to a 335/35-17 tire on the '70 with a 17x12" wheel.
Answered by: CJPP Dave
Date published: 2017-01-06
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