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Iím running the factory specs 275/35/21 pirelli pzero
the ride is perfect!!! Better than my 20Ē wheels rode!

BWings Iím 45 so I like the black I hated the black out a few years back but now I think is hott 😀
 
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Randy V i agree the Bentley Wheels oem are the perfect fit!!
 
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Iím running the factory specs 275/35/21 pirelli pzero
the ride is perfect!!! Better than my 20Ē wheels rode!

BWings Iím 45 so I like the black I hated the black out a few years back but now I think is hott 😀
My wheels came with Acceleras so i think thats part of my problem with the rough ride and managed to crack a rear rim with the 35s.

i want to try to get 265 or 275 40s or 45s , so if anyone knows if they will fit without rubbing? Everyone tells me michelin is most comfortable.
 

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Originally Posted by Mr8888 View Post
My wheels came with Acceleras so i think thats part of my problem with the rough ride and managed to crack a rear rim with the 35s.

i want to try to get 265 or 275 40s or 45s , so if anyone knows if they will fit without rubbing? Everyone tells me michelin is most comfortable.
if this helps I have 265/35/22 and they fine in all modes ...


 
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if this helps I have 265/35/22 and they fine in all modes ...

You must be a pro at dodging pot holes or have excellent roads!

Thanks rico that actually helps alot. I know the 40ís should fit. I do think my current tires rub a little on full lock on turns but thats not the end or the world.


 
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You must be a pro at dodging pot holes or have excellent roads!

Thanks rico that actually helps alot. I know the 40ís should fit. I do think my current tires rub a little on full lock on turns but thats not the end or the world.

Glad to Help, Lol no the roads are rubbish, good at ******* them pot holes ...
 
 
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