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Ok. Wanted to fit MPS4s or MPS4 on my new rims. 285/35/35/R19 and 245/40/R19 BUT having spoken to Michelin they don't do the fronts.

What other tyres can folk recommend that are good for road use in wet but mostly dry conditions.

 

Need to order them today.

 

Thanks in advance

Payco

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Cant get front and backs from Michelin in the sizes needed. Spoke to their head office on the phone. They don't produce that size in any tyre.

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15 minutes ago, Ekona said:

255/35/19

285/35/19

 

In MPS4S.

want the same specs as currently on the car Ekona.

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6 minutes ago, Payco said:

want the same specs as currently on the car Ekona.

There's really no need, many people are now running that size in that tyre with zero issues, so I'm confident recommending it to every one now :) 

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On 07/03/2019 at 16:04, Ekona said:

255/35/19

285/35/19

 

In MPS4S.

Hi,

 

Sorry for spamming in your topic Payco lol but no point for me to start a new one.

I am looking for new set of tyres for my 370 Nismo and unfortunatelly there is still no MPS4S in 245/40/19 size at the EU market.

The only ones I could find were the Pirelli PZero and Dunlops same what I have now.

 

Ekona you do recommend the above setup but I am a bit confused as that tyre calculator 

https://www.errolstyres.co.za/odcalculator says that it isn't ok. However when you check 255/40/19 there is no issue.

 

Should I get higher profile then or is 35 still ok?

 

Also how are the wheel arch gaps with the lower profile tyre and does it make the car front much lower? 

 

I have huge speed bumps where I live and even with the original setup when I drive over it I can hear like I am scraping the bottom of my car.

 

Many thanks

Damian

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