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Old 04-02-2018, 08:37 AM
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22's - can someone recommend me some rubber

Im just about to get Kahn RS600 alloys

The size is
Front 9.5 x 22inch
Rear 11 x 22inch

Can someone please recommend so tyres with the appropriate size and a brand.

Im running Yoko's on my Coxster and Im pleased with that but unsure as to a good size to get for these new ones.

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This site will get you to where you need to be with the objective side of your question - what size. You start with the stock tire and wheel size and it'll guide you from there. The subjective side of your question - which brand of tire to go with has 1000 different answers. Good luck!

https://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Tire-Size-Calculator

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This site will get you to where you need to be with the objective side of your question - what size. You start with the stock tire and wheel size and it'll guide you from there. The subjective side of your question - which brand of tire to go with has 1000 different answers. Good luck!

https://www.1010tires.com/Tools/Tire-Size-Calculator
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let the tinkering begin
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hmmm, seems that search link doesn't work with copy/paste...
OK,
if You would type on the top right corner of this page into 'Search Forums' : 22 tires sizes panamera
You would get a list of threads regarding your question.

P.S> ... in any case the best is
265/30/22
and
315/25/22
this one is the nest example, I think:
https://www.vividracing.com/blog/ann...anamera-turbo/
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that does look very nice indeed
Ive realised that I thought I had air suspension but I dont - so I guess I can get some lowering springs as well
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hmmm, seems that search link doesn't work with copy/paste...
OK,
if You would type on the top right corner of this page into 'Search Forums' : 22 tires sizes panamera
You would get a list of threads regarding your question.

P.S> ... in any case the best is
265/30/22
and
315/25/22
this one is the nest example, I think:
https://www.vividracing.com/blog/ann...anamera-turbo/


This is the size I run, No issues so far. Also if your AWD you will need to keep your tire height the same.
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This is the size I run, No issues so far. Also if your AWD you will need to keep your tire height the same.
Yes very good point
I am AWD - so ill be keeping them the same height
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I loved vredestein. Best wet traction there was. Recently changed models. you can still get the older sessanta awesome looking tire though.
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Are you sure that Vredestein Ultrac Sessanta still availible >? I could find only Pirelli in 265/30/22 and 315/25/22 sizes.....
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vredestein ultrac sessanta has stopped being manufactured, replaced by Vorti I believe. However there is still stock around, not sure for how long but still available.
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here in Europe I find only one Vredestein tire model Ultrac Sessanta and it is for front 265/30 R22; and for the rear 315/25 R22 only Pirelli is available P Zero Sc or P Nero GT
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Pirelli 22 inch Nero GT's are all on back order until 6/29 in USA.
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.. just one remark: if to look at the tires tests P Zero Sc looks much better then P Nero GT ...
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