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Tires 275-40-10+315-35-20 which and prices

Hi
i am looking for new tires for my 2006 SSR.
i found 2 combinations on your internet site
1. 255-40-19 + 315-35-20 Nitto Invo
2. 275-40-19 + 315-35-20 Continental extreme contact DWS

what do you think is the best?
what are your prices for forum members?
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Hi
i am looking for new tires for my 2006 SSR.
i found 2 combinations on your internet site
1. 255-40-19 + 315-35-20 Nitto Invo
2. 275-40-19 + 315-35-20 Continental extreme contact DWS

what do you think is the best?
what are your prices for forum members?
thanks for infos

Ralph ( Boca Raton FL )
Thank you for the post. We would be happy to help you with your tire needs.

I assume this next set will be run on the factory wheels?

As far as the tire models go, the Invo and DWS run in two separate tire categories. The Invo is an ultra high performance summer tire where the DWS is an ultra high performance all-season. We would be happy to help you select the best model for your needs. How many miles are you driving per year? Will the vehicle ever see snow? What tire model are you driving on now and what are your likes and dislikes with this model? What do you want your next set of tires to do for you?

We look forward to your response.
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i like to have a very good look, as wide as possible with stock rims, car will never see snow, only sometimes rain , around 5000 mls a year.
i have now the Firestone Firehawk ( i think they are discontinued ) i was happy with them, but they have heavy wear on the tire inside on the drivers side , i have to make an alignment anyway, before i put the new tires onto the car.
i have original dimension on original wheels now.
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I have the Continentals and love them. Cost around 600 for each pair with tax road hazard etc.
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Hi
i like to have a very good look, as wide as possible with stock rims, car will never see snow, only sometimes rain , around 5000 mls a year.
i have now the Firestone Firehawk ( i think they are discontinued ) i was happy with them, but they have heavy wear on the tire inside on the drivers side , i have to make an alignment anyway, before i put the new tires onto the car.
i have original dimension on original wheels now.
thanks for info
Ralph
Thank you for the additional information Ralph.

The Nitto Invo is going to be the best option for your needs. This model is rated for 25K miles and offers fantastic wet and dry grip. The Invo also utilizes an asymmetric tread design which allows you to rotate the tires from left to right on the same axle.

Keep in mind though, the 255/40-19 size is about 1" shorter when compared to the OE front size and the 315/35-20 size is about .75" shorter when compared to the OE rear size. Also please note that the recommended wheel width for the 255/40-19 size is 8.5" to 10" and for the 315/35-20 size, 10.5" to 12.5". As you know your factory wheels are 8" in the front and 10" wide in the rear meaning these new sizes will be slightly stretched on the wheels.

Here are the links with our current mail order prices. Shipping and sales tax is FREE to FL. We do not offer forum member discounts but we do guarantee the lowest out the door price so if a competitor ever has a cheaper advertised out the door price, we'll beat it!

255/40-19 Invo: http://www.discounttiredirect.com/di...%2FPerformance

315/35-20 Invo: http://www.discounttiredirect.com/di...%2FPerformance

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