19x9 pp wheels

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    That's an easy one :) Michelin PS A/S3+

    Conti's are really good too.

    Edit: To be fair forum member like all of these tires

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    When I got the 275s for the front, I switched from the 2x 255 + 2x 275 michelin pilot sport 4s (summers) to 4x 275 michelin pilot sport a/s 3+ tires (all seasons). They’re a bit less sticky but are comparable overall.
     
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    Awesome thanks!
     
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    I went with the General G-max's and have no issues with them in the cold. The MPS4S's were not good at all in the 30's, the Generals stick pretty good. I got the 275's on Amazon for $160 each shipped btw.
     
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    Awesome thanks! I’ve never thought about amazon for tires. I’ve always went with discount tire direct!
     
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    Sounds like you made your decision, but all of those SVE wheels have appropriate offsets to fit great without spacers. Not only that but they will be less tucked and more flush with the fender. Additionally, they are a lot lighter than the PP wheels.
     
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    I believe the matte ones are offered by ford performance.

    The normal ones are gloss black.

    I also have 19x9.5 square with 25mm spacers all around.
     
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    the SVE GT350R wheels fit with no spacers in a square 10” wide on all corners setup. Highly recommended.

    the PP 9.5” rear wheel requires a small 5mm spacer to be fitted on the front axle.
     
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