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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-24-2006, 01:25 PM Thread Starter
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anyone know if bhf has tire service and sales? what if any brands do they carry? thanks for the help!
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post #2 of 10 (permalink) Old 07-24-2006, 01:33 PM
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On event days the usual suspects are always there. Michelin, Dunlop, Pirelli. . .

Call the track ahead of time. They usually know who's going to be there since vendors pay $100 (I think) for a space to sell/service our sorry asses.

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Twisted is pretty close. Race weekends have the usual tire guys. NESBA has MDracing who can provide Dunlop and Pirelli, maybe others if you call him early enough. It varies by organization, the track really has nothing to do with it other than charging $150 for them to set up on race weekends.

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If you are going with NESBA, the Dunlop vendor, MD Racing will be there.
If you are going with STT, they are their own vendor, and carry Michelin.
BHF itself does not carry tires, but as Twisted said, races have vendors there as well.

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thanks for the heads up, my brother(devil dog) and i have already contacted mdracing to get pricing and availability. thanks again and see ya on sunday!
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how much is matt quoting for the pirellis and dunlops nowadays? when you find out, please post up.

(I'm assuming you're inquiring about a NESBA event since you're talking with Matt...so moving this thread over to the NESBA forum)
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Matt sells Dunlops (the NESBA sponsor)

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Matt can get anything you want. He stocks Dunlops, and sells those to NESBA members at NESBA prices.
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I think the Dunny 208's are around $279 a set installed. Don't quote me on that.

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matt quoted me $277 for pilot powers, thats out the door mounted and balanced. not bad!!
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