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If you ever need some slicks cheap on the 19 inch , look for my need tires ? Post in their ..
 

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what size tires are you looking for?....same offset as the OEM but at 19 inches?
 

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What are the widths of the wheels?

The Michelin Pilot Super Sport is likely one of the better options.
 

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255's in the front and 285's in the back.....as Ryan said, Michelin PS2's are your best bet....
 

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Why can't he run 11's all around and run 285s?
It sounded like he already bought the wheels.....He said the width of the wheels are 10 and 11....
 

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I've got some textured gunmetal wheels like that for my car, new in box, I think I'm going to go with an 18 if you're interested. I'd do 305/35/19 in the rear, and a 285/35/19 up front, or somewhere around there. If you're interested in mine, here is what they look like, PM me if you want more info/pics, literarily, I've only opened each box and taken the little protective net of each wheel to check them out. I'll make it a good deal. The mark on the left ~9 o'clock spoke is just fluff from the protective net:



EDIT: These are 19x10 and 19x11's.
 

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255's in the front and 285's in the back.....as Ryan said, Michelin PS2's are your best bet....
you mean super sports, not PS2s...
 

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Little off topic...

Switching from 20's to 18/19's won't cause any damage to the diffs as long as you keep the same diameter by going with fatter fires?
 

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No it shouldn't but I'd like to know what tires for a 19" wheel will get us near the OEM diameter...
 

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No it shouldn't but I'd like to know what tires for a 19" wheel will get us near the OEM diameter...
Factory diameter is pretty much 28". The tires I mentioned are right there, the 305 actually calculates at 27.4" tall, but most tires that I've found in those sizes state they are 27.9" tall.
 

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