Hoosier 18825DBR Drag Bracket Radial Slicks28 x 10.50-17, 17 in. Rim, 28.00 in. Dia
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HOO18825DBR
Hoosier 18825DBR Drag Bracket Radial Slicks28 x 10.50-17, 17 in. Rim, 28.00 in. Dia
Specially made for the bracket racer in mind, Hoosier Drag Bracket radial slicks are available in 15 in. to 20 in. wheel diameters. They offer reliability, maximum traction, along with consistent ET's to suit nearly any drag racing application from the weekend sportsman to the professional racer. Hoosier uses their race-proven research, ...
Hoosier18825DBR Drag Bracket Radial Slicks28 x 10.50-17,

Hoosier

Hoosier 18825DBR Drag Bracket Radial Slicks28 x 10.50-17, 17 in. Rim, 28.00 in. Dia

$340.79

Item #: HOO18825DBR

Mfg Part #: 18825DBR

Applies To Continental U.S. orders only

Out Of Stock

Specifications
Tire Specifications
Rim Diameter
17 in.
Size
28 x 10.50-17
Tire Diameter (in.)
28.00 in.
Section Width
11.50 in.
Tread Width (in.)
10.50 in.
Recommended Wheel Width (in.)
10.00-12.00 in.
Messured Wheel Width (in.)
N/A
Series
Drag Bracket Radial
Construction
Radial
Directional
No
Sidewall Style
Solid white letters
Tube Required
No
Type
Drag
DOT-Approved
No
Tread Depth
N/A
Tire Compound
DBR
Quantity
1
Aspect Ratio
Does not apply
General
Brand
Hoosier
Item #
HOO18825DBR
Mfg Part #
18825DBR
Description
Specially made for the bracket racer in mind, Hoosier Drag Bracket radial slicks are available in 15 in. to 20 in. wheel diameters. They offer reliability, maximum traction, along with consistent ET's to suit nearly any drag racing application from the weekend sportsman to the professional racer. Hoosier uses their race-proven research, state-of-the-art technology, and superior compounds for these Drag slicks, which in turn allows the radial design to always have the same roll-out and eliminates the need to run tubes, saving weight, complexity, and keeping your track days more affordable than ever!
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