275/30 + 245/35 19" Hankook V12 Evo2's

Feb 15, 2017
255
Baltimore
#1
Used Hankooks for sale; no cuts, gashes or plugs. Fronts are 95% rears I'd say are 90% (approx 7k miles). I can get pics or tread depths for anyone interested (tires are currently at my work). I needed something stickier & pulled these off before I just burned em up.

Willing to meet within a reasonable distance from Balt MD or ship at buyer's expese.

$450 for the set.

https://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Hankook&tireModel=Ventus+V12+evo2
 
Jun 5, 2017
783
#2
What did you go with Adam? I'm considering ditching my pss's and trying out the 595rs-rr for a cheap tire that's kinda sticky to thrash on
#driftlife ;)
 
Feb 15, 2017
255
Baltimore
#3
What did you go with Adam? I'm considering ditching my pss's and trying out the 595rs-rr for a cheap tire that's kinda sticky to thrash on
#driftlife ;)
19's are super limited on size options & don't plan on downsizing...Tirerack is having a blowout on yoko ad08r's (200 treadwear), but I ended up going w/ toyo r888r's. The original r888's are very popular w/ the Supra crowd around my power level & dead hook 2nd thru 6th so I figured I'd give the new version a shot.
 
Jun 5, 2017
783
#4
19's are super limited on size options & don't plan on downsizing...Tirerack is having a blowout on yoko ad08r's (200 treadwear), but I ended up going w/ toyo r888r's. The original r888's are very popular w/ the Supra crowd around my power level & dead hook 2nd thru 6th so I figured I'd give the new version a shot.
Gotta check that out!
 

PUTC

Corporal
Oct 14, 2017
206
#5
I have the 595ss and I have to say, awesome tire for 80$ each. Love them and not worried about replacing them every other year. Great in all weather, from Myrtle Beach SC, rains all the time.
 
Aug 11, 2017
1,661
Virginia
#7
I have 7k on my Hankook v12 Evo2s (oddly exact same sizes) and my rears have maybe 3k miles to the wear bars. I need to know your secret to longevity!

Filippo
 
Feb 15, 2017
255
Baltimore
#8
I have 7k on my Hankook v12 Evo2s (oddly exact same sizes) and my rears have maybe 3k miles to the wear bars. I need to know your secret to longevity!

Filippo
Probably because I drive like a grandpa 90% of the time:neutral:

If you need em, let's make a deal!
 
Aug 11, 2017
1,661
Virginia
#9
May 4, 2017
1,759
Plano TX
#10
I have 7k on my Hankook v12 Evo2s (oddly exact same sizes) and my rears have maybe 3k miles to the wear bars. I need to know your secret to longevity!

Filippo
Longevity? Sir, you have longevity right there. My rear tires last about 3-4,000mi. Hankook v12 Evo2 275/35/18. My local discount tire started stocking that tire just cause I'm on my 3rd set in a year.
 

NoQuarter

Lieutenant
Nov 24, 2017
867
Indiana
#11
I'm on these Evo2s as well. 265/30/19 and 245/35/19

That is a good price
 
Oct 28, 2017
830
Monroe CT
#12
Nitto nt05s hook up great and have decent road manners little louder then pss or evo 2s but worth the grip plus look sick. I had 255 pss on 18s first and sec useless could sometimes have issue with 3rd when colder out. Went to evo 2s 265 on 19s and was almost same but second on roll could claw it's way through still accelerating for most part if warmed up. With the nittos I can do anything in second and hook as long as not real cold out and in first I can stomp on it and just short shift when start getting to much yaw.
 
Oct 28, 2017
830
Monroe CT
#13
Anyway if these are still available I am trying to sell my 235 265 hankooks so that I can get your size and have as a daily tire and keep my nt05s for track abuse as my pss are less than half tread and grip is suffering real bad. I love my nt05 but dd on them I fear they wont last but time will tell I guess.
 
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