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Hey has anyone found a good y rated tire 186+Mph for the trackhawk that conforms to the vehicles load rating (110).

And has anyone run the toyo proxy’s R888R?they are only rated at 104 for load so I’m worried about that with this vehicles load rating being 110.

And there are a bunch of 315/35/20 s that are y speed rated with 110 load rating as well. Do 315s fit without rubbing?
 

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I have the Pirelli Scorpions which are "Y" rated - 305/35 22's. I like them, they do a great job in every season however I only get around 15K miles out of them. I'm a very spirited driver though.
 

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I have the Pirelli Scorpions which are "Y" rated - 305/35 22's. I like them, they do a great job in every season however I only get around 15K miles out of them. I'm a very spirited driver though.
Thanks dude. Do you know if a 315 will fit these cars? There are a bunch of 315/35/20 that are a y rated tire and have a load rating if 110 which is what the truck “needs”
 

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My TH is lowered and my 305's barely clear when turning. 315's aren't that much bigger (we're talking 11 mm in width) however that might be just enough to rub. Sorry, not much help here so hopefully others can chime in.
 

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My TH is lowered and my 305's barely clear when turning. 315's aren't that much bigger (we're talking 11 mm in width) however that might be just enough to rub. Sorry, not much help here so hopefully others can chime in.
Thanks dude. I plan on running 20s and not lowering it. I’m just looking at 315s for a little more surface area since I’ll be between 850-900 whp and don’t want to run a drag radial unfortunately most tires I’ve seen online in a 305 aren’t 110 load rated which is our truck. They best I’ve seen are 104 or 107. So in order to run a 110 y over stock tire size, I may have to graduate to a 315.
 

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The Pirelli's are 110Y rated so they would work. If you're wanting 315's, have you looked at Continentals? They make a 315/35R20 (their DWS06) with a 110Y rating.
 

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The Pirelli's are 110Y rated so they would work. If you're wanting 315's, have you looked at Continentals? They make a 315/35R20 (their DWS06) with a 110Y rating.
mice never run a continental. I’ve run pirellis and Michelin pilot super sports before. I see the Continentals are a lot cheaper. Have you run them before?
 

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it was just a link that I have saved for tires I am interested in. You just need to select the tire size you are interested in.

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In a 315/35, you are going to have a lot of wheel arch gap without lowering if looks are a concern. I recommend Continental Sport Contact 6 but come in a 295/40 (not easy to find), however I'm lowered and they fill the gap nicely. Best tire I found with the 110Y rating IMO

I'm running the 800hp package and can launch without spinning 90% of the time. Might be a slightly bigger problem with the higher HP but in 20s, selection isn't great.
 
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