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Have a 2009 Cayenne GTS - looking to buy a set of winter tires and wanted to get some feedback on best tires/place for best deal to get them. As well, should I be sticking to the 21" with winter tires or dropping in size? Any suggestions/help are most welcome...

Thanks,

Bill

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i run a set of 21" pirelli ice and snow tires for the winter on 21" sport wheel

i am in calgary and we get lots of snow/cold temps. i am happy with tire performance

smaller is better though but i didn't want to sacrifice looks

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I have a 2006 S and went with Pirelli Scorpion Ice & Snow from the Tirerack.com. I picked up a set of 18" Turbo wheels for $250 (lots of these sitting in garages from turbo owners who upgraded to bigger wheels). Be aware that as you go up in size the price goes up Tire RacK: 18" $203, 20" $267, 21" $298 and 22" $344. Prices are each + shipping. Also 21 and 22 Pirelli's are not -NO (Porsche spec) tires. Not sure how critical it is to have Porsche spec winter tires--when I got my 18's last year they were out of -NO tires so I went with Mercedes spec figured if they were good enough for a Benz suv they would probably be ok for a Porsche. Bonus was that the Benz tires have 4/32 more tread depth.

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