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Winter Tires for '04 CS

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17" is stock and the best choice for winter tires traction and price as well.

Actually, as far as I know...I believe that you cant. 17" are stock on the v6 Cayenne b/c the calipers are smaller. On the CS and Turbo, 18"s are the smallest that can go sicne the calipers are bigger (the CS and the CT have the same calipers).

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As long as you do not have the performance kit (with the 19" rotors) the 17" wheels will fit fine. (per TSB 10/04 4440 Winter Tires and Wheels -- dated Sep 15, 2004)

Thanks guys, I appreciate all your input. I have decided to go with some 20" Michilin's. Hopefully they work, if not I guess I will be in for a new car next year!! Our roads are usually pretty good, I'll just have to use the beamer on the really bad days!



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