It is 3/16 6/32
You mean 3/32, dam attorneys never could do fractions.. just 1/3 or 40%
However I agree, a 3/32 molded RR would be an awesome tire. Probably still a 15-25 session tire. Very little to no advantage to shave it, just run it down some
I too agree! But to repeat, so few can actually quantify the difference...the stock thickness of 4/32 is just a win win IMO!
God knows the SM7 is wider than the Toyo...but it is certainly lighter...maybe 1 or 2 lbs? I'd be curious to understand why?
Also...just a bit of info for those who haven't run these tires or are just starting. Tire wear(cycles)is a function of the driver! Faster the driver...less cycles! I have seen a RR cord in 12 cycles...top driver, tire on same corner start to finish(rear)!
But on that corded run(other 3 tires were getting close)...he still ran within .5 seconds of his best times(It was a good morning!)...point being..."Heat Cycling" out is very minimal from everything I've seen. Ever heard of someone cording a Hoosier??
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