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New tire recommendations revised

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Greetings to 981 Forum members.

(This posting is revised to correct the year and model of my friends Boxster GTS.)(and again to note car is a 981.)

I have a friend who went to Germany and came home with a 2015 Boxster GTS.

He has asked me about new tires and I could only tell him about my adventures with my 911SC and 996 C4S.

What is the current thought re putting new tires on the Boxster?  Anyone?  Anyone?

Does anyone have a positive, or for that matter a negative opinion, on replacement tires.

My friend intends to put on 4 tires and I've advised him not to mix and match manufacturers.

I run Michelin PS2's, N3, on my C4S and like them way better than any others.

Cheers to all...


Edited by judgejon
revise model year of Boxster GTS.

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