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    Pirelli soft compound tires are now in stock. We have K6 195/70R15 and KM6 205/65R15 on the floor! Other sizes and compounds available. Same day shipping!
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    the image won't load for me (permission issue from SS?)

    http://www.rockymtnautosports.com/pirelli/ has some info though...


    Now who has ran both these tires and DMACK Grippas , and sells neither , so they can give me an unbiased comparison?
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    Quote Originally Posted by A1337STI View Post
    the image won't load for me (permission issue from SS?)

    http://www.rockymtnautosports.com/pirelli/ has some info though...


    Now who has ran both these tires and DMACK Grippas , and sells neither , so they can give me an unbiased comparison?
    I've ran on both these and WRC Pirelli's before, and Dmacks. I think I'd say I like the Pirelli's better, butttttt, the price of the dmack's is impossible to beat. On top of that, there is contingency with the dmacks. And its not a matter of durability, I just felt the pirelli's offered more overall grip. I'd take a larger quantity of newer dmacks then a lesser quantity of more used pirelli's if that makes sense (a less worn dmack is better than a more worn pirelli, since dmacks are cheaper, you can have newer tires constantly).

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    I have run, and do like DMACKS. But have had some problems with them debeading. Pirellis are durable, have great sidewalls and traction. Like most things in life, you don't get something for nothing. Like the Black Rocket tires, a great bang for the buck.

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