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      06-13-2014, 10:37 PM   #462
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Originally Posted by ben@tirerack View Post
You are correct there is no 265/35R19 DWS.

255 front 275 rear will fit on your existing wheels and will have the best match front to rear. 245 front 275 rear would work fine, and is better if you have lowering or spacers in front and are concerned about rubbing.

Please note that while the DWS is good in the winter for an all season tire, it is NOT a true winter tire. It works in winter, but is not a specialist.
Thx for the answer. I live in Charlotte, NC area. We have no true winters here - last year we had snow for two days. For me good all season tires are better choice, especially that I have two sets of wheels.

Summer tires are getting hard and less sticky when temperature is below 50, so for those 3-4 cold months I can switch to all season tires. When I move back to Poland one day, I'll go with full winter tires - if I find them in that size.