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99 C4 All Season Tire Recommendation

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Enter your vehicle info at the Tire Rack web site, and they will post all brands that will fit. Click on the tire and look at the catagory feedback posted.

I believe you will forsake any "Porsche official approved" tires (i.e. those with the "N" designation) if you stick with all-season rubber.



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Hi I just put a new set of the new Bridgestone RE960's on my 00'. They are very good so far. I have not had them in the snow yet and I do hope to keep it that way. They have pretty good dry traction, not quite as good as the P-zeros I had on before but in their defense they have not had time to camber in yet. They have had very good wet traction. They ride pretty quiet also but there is only 800 miles on them now.

I am running 295/30/19's tucked in the rear and 245/35/19's in the front. I would recommend them. Oh yea, they cost about $400 less a set also.


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I have Bridgestone RE960 that are quiet and have great treadwear. I got mine from Sams club that cut the cost a lot. You have to order them, but they will get there in a few days.


Check out a Toyo Proxes 4 - very good quality, decent all-season and reasonable price.
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