That's a really tricky size. The best option is a set of Toyo R888's. We have them in stock 285/35/r20 fronts and 315/30/r20 rears.Hi, I've bought a new set of rim and can't seem to find suitable tires for my rim.
Front 20inch 10J + 38
Rear 20inch 12J +20
Any ideal what is the most suitable tires for my rim ?
The specs of the rims are pretty wide for the similar to stock wheels you're looking at right?i am actually looking for combination of (F 265/40/20 R 295/35/20) or (F 255/40/20 R 295/35/20) sadly i cant find any tires that match .... damn it .. should i just sell away the rim .. its brand new.
I have read many threads where it was stated that the Toyos are comparable to the stock Dunlops on the track in terms of outright grip. Your opinion is that the Toyos are better than the PSS on track, would this also imply that the stock Dunlop is at a higher performance level than the PSS on track? if so this moves me towards the Toyo R888 as I do not want to downgrade performance on my tires from the stock Dunlops.The Michelin's are a VERY good street tire, but at the end of the day still do not provide the same amount of grip as the Toyos. If the car sees most of its time on the street go for the Michelins. If the car sees pretty frequent track use then you should consider the Toyos.
If you're DD it, have you looked at the Bridgestone Potenza S001? But with your tire widths, tires are going to be a little stretched.i am actually looking for combination of (F 265/40/20 R 295/35/20) or (F 255/40/20 R 295/35/20) sadly i cant find any tires that match .... damn it .. should i just sell away the rim .. its brand new.