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Old 02-13-2014, 04:54 PM   #1
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Default Vredestein Vorti vs BFG Rival VS Nitto NT05?

Im looking for more straight line traction on the road for my rear wheels in 315 or 305 width

The Vredestein Vorti have great dry performance. Ive heard good things about all of these tires and i think they are all pretty similar in price. I have read that that vorti actually have a different design for rear tires on staggered setups (which i have) that works great for accelleration traction.

What do you all think would be best of these 3? ANyone have experience with all or any of these 3?

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