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    I have a brand new set sitting in my basement. Purchased from FortNine for the same price as JEFFISTHENAME, except in CDN dollars. I looked for a better US price with plans to have them shipped to a friend in Missouri, where I would pick them up in June. I couldn't find a cheaper price than what I could buy them in Canada.
    My T30's will be pretty much done by the time I get back from MO, or perhaps before. I guess I'm taking the tires with me. Won't have any report until the end of June at the earliest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RangerG View Post
    I have a brand new set sitting in my basement. Purchased from FortNine for the same price as JEFFISTHENAME, except in CDN dollars. I looked for a better US price with plans to have them shipped to a friend in Missouri, where I would pick them up in June. I couldn't find a cheaper price than what I could buy them in Canada.
    My T30's will be pretty much done by the time I get back from MO, or perhaps before. I guess I'm taking the tires with me. Won't have any report until the end of June at the earliest.
    Keep us posted! I'll be tire shopping come fall.

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    I’ve had the rear T31 on now for a little while. A T30 evo on the front also as it still lots of tread on it.
    The T31 is brilliant, warms up pretty fast, grips really well, rolls in better than the Evo too. No problems with mixing with the Evo. I’d say an improvement over the Evo and I’ll be fitting the front very soon. Love these tyres, oh did I say fantastic in the wet��
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    I've been running the T-30's for the last two seasons. I just installed the other wheels I had stored in my closet upstairs for this year. They already had the 30's installed brand new on them before I stored them. I'll now probably go with the T31's and install them on the neon wheels for next year.
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