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Maxxis Ht3 Kart Racing Tires on 2040-parts.com

Location:

Ash, North Carolina, United States

Ash, North Carolina, United States
Condition:Used Placement on Vehicle:Left, Rear Size:11x6.00-6 Brand:Maxxis Surface Finish:slick Country/Region of Manufacture:Taiwan Warranty:No

Up for auction is a pair of Maxxis HT3(blue) racing slicks. Both tires still have wear indicators showing. One of them has some cosmetic sidewall damage but no bead damage. Tread depth gauge is for illustration purposes only.

Nissan Qashqai (2006): first official pictures

Wed, 06 Sep 2006 00:00:00 -0700

By Phil McNamara First Official Pictures 06 September 2006 12:15 The lowdown Meet the Qashqai, the SUV for people who want a car that's funkier than a C-segment hatch but fear a dinner party backlash from getting a traditional boxy SUV. The Qashqai is slightly different, as the weird name – taken from a nomadic Iranian tribe – suggests. It's part-SUV, part-family hatch.

German brands off to strong start in 2011

Fri, 06 May 2011 00:00:00 -0700

Robust U.S. car sales this year are helping drive German automakers to significant gains. The Volkswagen division did especially well in April, with 28,542 vehicles sold--a 23 percent increase from the year before.

Pirelli World Challenge star Andy Pilgrim makes teens, parents better drivers

Wed, 26 Mar 2014 00:00:00 -0700

Here's another addend in the complex driver-training equation: Many parents influence their kids to become both a greater danger when driving and more susceptible to the actions of other poor drivers. This influence begins long before kids are licensed to drive. Consider: -- “More than 75 percent of new drivers exhibit the same distracted driving behavior as their parents.” -- “Most parents are unaware they are teaching their kids things that will make them more dangerous to others and more vulnerable to others.” -- “Most parents want to protect their children and will make changes once they understand the realities of behavior transfer.” These are the words of Andy Pilgrim, the same championship-winning sports-car driver who helped road-test editor Jonathan Wong thrash Porsche's 911 GT3 and Chevrolet's Camaro Z/28.