Aurora tires made by Hankook!?!?!

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  1. stang09er

    stang09er New Member

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    I found these tires at Pep Boys for a pretty good price!! Tell me what you guys think about quality and performance I can expect?

    Tire specifications:

    Manufacture: Aurora K103

    Size : 275/40/ZR17

    Treadwear Ratings: 240 A A

    Performance Ratings: 98 W

    Hankook also makes ventus tires.
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    I just got my Hankook 2004 Performance tire handbook and they don't mention the tires your describing.
    Are you looking for a street or strip tire??


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    I have the hankook ventus k104 sport installed for 95 a piece I can't believe how good the hook up for being so cheap.
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    Never heard of aurora tires myself made by Hankook. As far as i know, Hankook has been very faithful to it's customers.
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    I am wrong....Aurora is a german tire. The tires I were looking at were the VENTUS HRII 405 Ultra High Performance Tires. They are ridiculously cheap!! What do you guys think in comparison to the Goodyear eagle F1's I got right now? I had BFG Comp T/A's before the goodyears and I liked those better; plus they were cheaper...but i have been told the f1's are better.
    Also, Do you think I will have tire rub with 275's in the back? Thanks again for all of your input!!
    -maz

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