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      08-26-2008, 09:53 PM   #8
Radiation Joe
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Originally Posted by rfedele View Post
I just bought a set of OEM 18 takeoffs from a fellow forum member. I'll put winter continentals on them (235 front and 265 rear) leftover from my last car, a 997. Narrower is a bit better for driving in snow, but the large majority of days are just cold not snowy and the std size rears will make for better driving. The true benefit of winter rubber is the compound and tread pattern.
I'd kill for a set of OEM 18s. I'm going to run a set of 245/40-18s from my RS6 until I wear them out; I do a lot of driving from upstate NY to the Philly area and expect the PA2 Michelins to only make it about half way through the winter. At that point I'm thinking of 225/45-18s since I'm in the snow belt.

Anyone want to sell a set of OEM 18s?
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