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Hot Rods Where do I go to buy Radir Slicks?

Discussion in 'The Hokey Ass Message Board' started by R. Seghi, Nov 2, 2011.

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  1. R. Seghi
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    I need 15x10 Radir Cheater Slicks. Who sells them? Alliance Vendor?
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    Mooneyes, but call in advance to see if they have them in stock.
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    Thx Mutley, I forgot to mention that I want to be able to just go pick them up so local would be nice.

    Mooneyes sounds good though. Thx again. Anywhere else?


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    Thx Axle but I've been hearing alot of bad stories about the retread Hurst tires.
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    hurst sells radir slicks ? cool
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    recaps are old school though
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    According to the Radir site Moon is their only West Coast dealer.
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    Radir's slicks are new, made by Mickey Thompson.
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    i hate to say this but they screwed my buddy over, tires wont balance and the bead is crumbling like silicone rubber. cody wont honor his tires, if they are so good why not refund us our money or exchange are tires? he wont even pay for shipping tires back, sounds like a shoe string operation, i wont buy from there,im not plugging a company but radir is awsome and will stand behind thier product, you get what you pay for. how good are these core tires that they are using for thier slicks? we took our tires to a tire place that specializes in racing tires to mount and balance and they would not balance out. and the bead fell apart, so cody says "your not getting your money back"..........nice
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    hurst does not sell radir slicks. Hurst aka Adam's hot rod rubber sell only recaps!
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    And here y'all are bashing in another thread like a tag team & shit.

    And digging up n almost year old post to do it. Pathetic

    "My buddy had a bad experience blah blah blah...
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    P.S.

    Good luck getting Radir products. Even from Radir haha!
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    nobody's bashing anybody pal, just stating the facts, unless Hurst now sell Radir slicks!
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    Thats who i ordered my 15x10 cheaters from. There was a slight wait but nothing too serious.
    Aside from that, which had nothing to do with HRC&C, i have no complaints at all. They treated me great.

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    We've bought two sets of Radir's directly from Radir in NJ. Very pleased with them and balanced fine. Quick delivery too....
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    i have used radirs on several cars. never had any problems. if you plan on racing them tire softener does wonders. they also give good life on the street. i run 20-21 pounds on the street 15-16 on the track. your cars weight may vary just dont go too low.
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    No. Brand new not recaps. That was a huge reason i went with them.
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    I talked to them about the Radir Cheater slicks and they are bias ply. I was thinking of a set to run only at times, on a set of 10X15 Americans I have. Rest of time my plans are to run treaded 275/75X15-R radials, www, from Diamondback. And small tires. also radial and www. from Diamondback on the front.
    Questioned them about running their bias ply rear slicks with radial fronts was OK, just don't put radials on rear with bias on front. Anybody evrer tried that???????
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    I've been running radir slicks on back of my 55 for about 5 yrs now with a radial on front and haven't had any problems. I drive it regularly.
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    You need to get a new song, this one is getting as tiresome and worn out as Achey Breaky Heart. :p
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    Taking orders for Radir slicks!
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    See closed thread; "Anyone had problems with hurst racing tires" dated 10/6/12
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    Damn, they drug that old dead horse into this thread. :rolleyes:
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    If you don't like it, move on! Or you just following my posts to cause trouble? When you have problems as a consumer and can't get satisfaction, you appeal to the people(OTHER CONSUMERS) and keep getting the word out. Sorry, but that's how it works for everything else, why not in this situation. If you don't want to keep bringing it to the top, quit posting. WOULD LOVE NOTHING BETTER THAN TO BE ABLE TO POST THAT THIS HAS BEEN RESOLVED. If you think we want to continue posting about anyone's business, you're nuts. You tell me, what else is there to do when you're left with no other recourse.
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    No, I was reading a post about someone wanting to buy Radir slicks when it was suddenly hijacked by some piss ant complaining about an unrelated issue. . .
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    There is such a thing as sucking it up and chalking it up to a lesson of life and moving on.
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