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simon325 08-17-2009 01:14 PM

FS: Bridgestone RE750
 
3 Attachment(s)
2 Bridgestone Potenza RE750 245/40R17 in good shape. Removed from my M3 but fit on any 7.5"-8.5" rim.

$100 for pair or $70 each. Prefer not to ship- western NY.

From Tirerack:
The Bridgestone Potenza RE750 is an Ultra High Performance summer tire that was developed for the drivers of sports cars and sporty coupes to provide traction on wet and dry roads. It uses Bridgestone's UNI-T network of technologies to improve three primary factors of the tire's performance: the bead, casing and tread compound. Like all summer tires the Potenza RE750 is not intended to be driven in near-freezing temperatures, through snow or on ice.

The Potenza RE750, inspired by the Bridgestone Potenza racing tire, uses an ultra high performance tread compound to enhance dry traction while its directional tread pattern enhances wet traction. Together, the tread compound and tread design help sweep water away from between the tire's contact patch and the road to improve wet grip (earning the highest "AA" UTQG Traction Rating) and reducing the possibility of hydroplaning. The Potenza RE750 has been engineered to reduce road noise, especially when worn, by combining interconnected shoulder blocks with continuous circumferential ribs in the center of the tread design to help reduce the possibility of heel/toe and alternate block wear. Internally, the Potenza RE750's casing and twin steel belts deliver responsive handling and cornering stability. The steel belts are reinforced with spirally wound nylon to provide high speed durability while minimizing weight and maximizing ride qualities. The Potenza RE750 features Rim Guard rubber ridges on its lower sidewalls to function as bumpers to help protect wheels from curb damage.


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