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Pirelli P Zero Asimmetrico

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Could not find it at Tirerack, Pirelli P Zero Assimetrico

size 255 40 17

need to replace one and want to match the opposite one,


I tirerack dont have it then it is, I'm in the same boat, i need front tires Potenza S-02's theyre also

discontinued <_<

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Used the Pirelli website to locate some dealers, called 4 and all said that they do not have it. The tire is replaced by the Asimmetrico Rosso. So I've got to replace 2 rears, not one.

This brings up a point, does the rear right wer more than the rear left? Is the limited slip diff. if the boxster has one?

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Try looking on that auction site. I had the same problem and found that exact tire with similar wear to my "good" one for less that $50. After changing the tire, I flipped the tires side to side every 3000 miles or so and they wore prett evenly.

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