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Austin Mini 165/70/10 A032r Yokohama Aqua Tusk Tire

Austin Mini 165/70/10 A032r Yokohama Aqua Tusk Tire

Austin Mini 165/70/10 A032r Yokohama Aqua Tusk Tire
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$149.96
Part No: TYRE15
Internet Price $149.96
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Description
Yokohama has upped the ante in performance tires for the Mini! The Yokohama Advan 032R has been a popular tire for Autocrossers and Vintage Racers alike in 13" size; now it's available in 10" for the Mini guys! It has an extremely aggressive tread pattern, and a very soft rubber compound. Size is 165/70-10.
Yokohama's ultimate Street racing tire. The A032R is a proven winner in Europe and the U.S. It brings racing tire design to the street with new casing, sidewall and tread compounding directly descended from our Professional SportsCar Racing slicks. Road racing has never been the same.
Multi-radius tread profile optimizes contact all the way across the tread
Two steel belts and zero-degree nylon cover add strength and improve road handling
Advanced, high-grip tread compounds, symmetric pattern and shallow tread-depth design provide exceptional cornering and braking performance with minimal tread distortion
"Aqua Tusk" tread design offers outstanding traction in wet racing conditions.

Mount tires to rim by hand only! Machine mounting will damage the tire and will not be warranted!

Price is for one tire.

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