I generally agree with Hook'em's opinion of the ST tire. Yeah, it's "special".
- It doesn't have to have a UTQG rating (for wear, temp, and traction).
- It doesn't have to meet the more stringent requirements of vehicles carrying people.
- I don't know if they still say this (I haven't even seen an ST tire in over 10 years), but "Not for use on a drive wheel" (or something like that). What? These so-called "stronger side-walled tires" can't handle the stresses of a drive wheel? Wait a minute, isn't there just as much stress from braking?
Good luck with your ST tires!!
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