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Greetings fellow TH owners. My name is Ty and I am a Trackhawkoholic.

I can’t stop driving it. I am considering buying a gas station to make myself feel more at home when refueling so often.

Sold two cars to get this one couple of weeks ago. Very happy with the decision. This thing makes my Viper seem meek and rather unsure of its masculinity. 😜

Any other inmates from the twin cities? This place is a riot! (Literarily, lately 🙄)

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Congratulations on your new Trackhawk.

What tires do you plan on running for the upcoming winter?




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Thank you! I have always had great luck with Blizzaks, in terms of traction and braking on snow and ice. So the DM-V2s in 285/50R20 will be going on the stock rims later in October.

Will most likely buy a new set of rims and summer rubber in the spring for it.

What are some decent quality wheels at reasonable prices that folks here would recommend?
Not sure that 22” are a wise choice for the shitty roads in Mpls in terms of ride comfort and longevity, but the stock run flats aren’t the most forgiving tires anyhow. Should I then stick with 20s and just run a wider wheel with a wider tire?
 

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I plan on going with 20x10 Trackhawk replica wheels either from Voxx or Factory Reproduction.

You can get a complete set of these for under $1K.


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Welcome to the gang! I have a special love for Black Tracks (Hmmmm...)
 

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Welcome to the forum and congratulations. I have found that a very useful addition was my escort max 360.
 

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Welcome to the forum and congratulations. I have found that a very useful addition was my escort max 360.
Thank you. And yes, my trusty R7 is keeping a watchful multi-frequency eye on things around me.
 
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