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Is anyone else waiting for Mich. PS 2's to come in at their dealer or TireRack ? I've been waiting a month now for 265/35/18's to come in. TireRack told me it might be another couple months yet. If thats the case I'm going to have to go with something else.

I have the Sport Ribbed N spec tires now where only the rears need replaced but can't find any. So the dealer says I need to replace all four and that the Mich PS 2's are the best. Maybe the Conti's as a second.

Any suggestions would be appreaciated.

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Try Discount Tire / America's Tire (same company). I think they are bigger than TireRack, but TireRack appears to be the exclusive Michelin distributor to Porsche dealers in the US. I ordered and paid for N-rated Michelin tires from America's Tire for my Cayenne last November (to replace the original Contis), and gave up in late March when I started looking for alternatives and my dealer service writer said he could get them no problem. While I was waiting those several months, member Ignited found the same tires at a different America's Tire store while I was waiting. You can read about my experience here - maybe you will get some more ideas

Does Michelin now have 18" N-rated PS2s to replace the original PS Ribs? Nice to know when I need to buy new Boxster tires :)

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Try Discount Tire / America's Tire (same company). I think they are bigger than TireRack, but TireRack appears to be the exclusive Michelin distributor to Porsche dealers in the US. I ordered and paid for N-rated Michelin tires from America's Tire for my Cayenne last November (to replace the original Contis), and gave up in late March when I started looking for alternatives and my dealer service writer said he could get them no problem. While I was waiting those several months, member Ignited found the same tires at a different America's Tire store while I was waiting. You can read about my experience here - maybe you will get some more ideas

Does Michelin now have 18" N-rated PS2s to replace the original PS Ribs? Nice to know when I need to buy new Boxster tires smile.gif

Thanks I'll check that site out. Been serching online for a couple hours now and not coming up with anything in stock.

To answer your question, I think so. If you se on TireRack you'll see the PS 2's 265/35/18's N3( which I believe means third generation of that type tire) they're just not in stock. Seems to me you can only save 300 clams by going with something comparable. So for that reason I was trying to hold out. The service manager and his assistent says they really are the best.

Found this tonight while looking, it's about N ratings being worth it or not. Scroll down to Porsche on page. http://www.carbibles.com/tyre_bible.html

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