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Toyo R888R smell?

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socalaviator

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Now that the weather is getting cooler I switched back to my Toyo R888R for better grip.

I notice each time I pull into garage a faint "burning rubber" smell. I remember earlier this year when I had them on I notoced it as well.

I've checked for rubbing and I don't see any issues other than my somewhat aggressive driving. Lol

Anyone else notice this?
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Dan_585

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Have not noticed that. Only thing that really stuck out to me is they sound like you are stirring mac n' cheese when you drive down the highway haha


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You know what else sounds like stirring Mac & cheese?
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I did notice this as well. Assuming it’s because they do throw rubber as your driving because of the durometer.
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