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I have just ordered some great 22 inch Rims for my Cayenne Turbo 2004 and I am having some doubts in choosing the size for the tires.

The original tire sizes should be 255 55 18, 275 45 19, 275 40 20 .

I have also seen a few turbos with 295 45 19 and 295 35 21, but no one with 22 rims yet.

i would like to purchase tires 295 35 22 (vredestein ultrac SUV sessanta). The dealer is offering me 285 35 22 (hankook ventus ST RH06) and i imagine that most likely his size/tires will be more confortable because of more sidewall height (3.92 against 3.48 inches) and probably also less noisy. But i like more the 295 35 22 size and I have never bought vredestein before.

Does anyone have any advise on at least the tire size issue because I am not sure on what would be best?

i do not normally go offroad.

Thank you all for our input.

Renntech is the best Porsche forrum!

Cheers . . .

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I have just ordered some great 22 inch Rims for my Cayenne Turbo 2004 and I am having some doubts in choosing the size for the tires.

The original tire sizes should be 255 55 18, 275 45 19, 275 40 20 .

I have also seen a few turbos with 295 45 19 and 295 35 21, but no one with 22 rims yet.

i would like to purchase tires 295 35 22 (vredestein ultrac SUV sessanta). The dealer is offering me 285 35 22 (hankook ventus ST RH06) and i imagine that most likely his size/tires will be more confortable because of more sidewall height (3.92 against 3.48 inches) and probably also less noisy. But i like more the 295 35 22 size and I have never bought vredestein before.

Does anyone have any advise on at least the tire size issue because I am not sure on what would be best?

i do not normally go offroad.

Thank you all for our input.

Renntech is the best Porsche forrum!

Cheers . . .

i'm running 285/35/22 yokohama parada spec x and I love them. It's an aggressive tread pattern but the ride is great and quiet. I've been running this set for almost two years and they have worn great. Hope this helps.

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