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911Dreaming

Tires for my 2013 Carrera S

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I'm about 3k miles from needing to replace the tires on my 2013 991 Carrera S and was planning on going the MPSS route - currently have P Zeros.

I really like the way the sidewalls look on the Pirelli's - are the MPSS similar?

I can't find any photos.

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I have a 2015 C2S Cabriolet with P Zeros on it and they are CRACKING!  Can't believe this is happening on a 2 yr. old car.  Still have good tread but the cracking is unacceptable.  I'm replacing them with the Michelin Pilot SS (on order) .  

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