Me too - you have to know the speed at which they'll begin hydroplaning and stay well under it. (finding that speed was freaking scary though)My experience is when it is wet, no drag radial is safe. A friend of mine spun his car on the interstate because the rear of his car hydroplaned when he had MT ET streets on there!!
Very true. I guess it all depends on how you drive on them. I've had Hoosier QT pros last well over 10k and the only reason I ditched them was dry rot.Nittos and the smaller M/T drag radials have a ton of tread depth. The Nittos last forever because they are more of a street radial that is advertised as a drag radial. The M/Ts will wear faster because they are a softer tire. I'm sure you'll get more than 3000 miles out of them. I put more mile than that on a set of slicks in one trip and used them for the rest of the year after that.