Toyo proxes cf2 225/60r14- 94-H

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    Nice find!
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    Wonder how much trouble it would be to get them in the U.S? May not be a D.O.T. certification on them. I thought, well maybe could drive across into Mexico, change tires and drive back, probably customs wouldn't even blink (if so just tell them somebody slashed your tires while you were there and you had to replace them with what they had available). But tried some Mexican tire shop websites and they don't show up as available, just the same old BF Goodrich tires come up. I guess everyone in the Western Hemisphere with an original car more than 30 years old would be toast if BF Goodrich ever went under.
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    Well ... in Europe they are available, they are approved, and I have installed 4 to my Celica Supra recently.






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    Maybe we should all contact our distributor and, ask fo a set. If demand is there, they might bring them here.
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