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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 12-10-2018, 06:17 PM Thread Starter
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Pirelli pzero tire pics?

Anybody got a couple good photos of how the Pirellis look on the ssr? Would like to see them mounted up and on the truck. thx, D
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Good morning Dino, They will really look good, especially when you get some pretty CHROME Rims. I even got 2 different kinds of "tars" on my SSR. Eagles on the front & Nexen on the rear. Hey go for it "Big Fellow" they'll look great.

Hey Pisano or Piasano (originates from Italian language which means brother) just noticed they moved the 18th Annual Route 66 Mother Road Festival back to the 4th weekend in September 27, 28 & 29, 2019. It was usually the 3rd full Weekend. That's great, not so close to Labor Day.

Good luck on your new tire purchase ... please be assured they'll look great !!! Keep in mind they're all Round & Black !!!

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These are Pirelli Scorpion PZero tires. Since I have 20" wheels on the front, I used 235/45R20 up there and 295/40R20 on the rear.
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Here's a pic of the P-zero. They're actually kinda boring. And yes, I know it's dirty. But hey, it's a driver!!
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My SSR:
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I have Pirelli P Zero on mine.

Front: 275/35ZR20/XL 102Y (27.6”)

Rear: 335/25ZR22/XL 105Y (28.6”)

I had the Nitto NT420S on previously however couldn’t get a rear tire that fit my rear rims the way I liked except in the Pirelli.
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Thanks for the pics guys. Not sure as to what I am going to do yet. Tire rack has the Pirelli pzero fronts for 109.00 closeout!!!! If anybody needs them. D
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I saw some a while back and they were older tires. Might want to check to see how old they are
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