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I have a set of OEM 18's mounted with 245x35x18 f and 275x35x18's r Michelin PSS4's. This combo is pretty good. I got them from Tire Rack. Had them mounted, but soon figured out that I could have had 255/35/18's in f which is even better to match the 275/35/18's in the rear. That would be the combo I would choose. Matches the roll rate of the car front and rear to even out the inherent push.
 

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I got the PS4S, 235/45/18 255/45/18. By looking at it, I can’t notice any difference in the size. speedometer wasn’t off too much, not any abs, traction control issue either. They are very grippy tires, I can get slightly over 1g at roundabouts. Fuel economy is awesome, 32mpg at average speed of 75
@fante - Can you post some pics of your rear 255/45/18 PS4S tires ? I would like to see the rim to tire fit. Does the tire still protect the rim as well?

Thanks!! :cheers:
 

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I got the PS4S, 235/45/18 255/45/18. By looking at it, I can’t notice any difference in the size. speedometer wasn’t off too much, not any abs, traction control issue either. They are very grippy tires, I can get slightly over 1g at roundabouts. Fuel economy is awesome, 32mpg at average speed of 75
@fante - Can you post some pics of your rear 255/45/18 PS4S tires ? I would like to see the rim to tire fit. Does the tire still protect the rim as well?

Thanks!! <img src="http://www.planet-9.com/images/smilies/beer2.gif" border="0" alt="" title="Cheers" class="inlineimg" />
heres the picture, you be the judge
 

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