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      12-19-2009, 01:53 AM   #1
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Who makes 265/35/19 all season tires ?

Hi All,

Can anyone tell me who makes 265/35/19 all season tires? So far no success in finding all season tires in this size at Tire Rack's website.

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Never mind that. There are some 275/35/19s.
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      12-19-2009, 11:15 AM   #3
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Never mind that. There are some 275/35/19s.
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Yes I would go with 275/35/19. Nitto makes the INVO in that size I had it on my car and I like them.
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I LOVE the INVOs on my GTI. Grip well, are quiet and have been great in the snow. I know, I know, they're not a snow tire, or even an all-weather but I just sold the car today and wasn't going to put new tires on it for the last few weeks I had it.

But anyway, the INVOs are great, work better in snow and slush than my wife's Wrangler with 32" Mud terrain T/As. Only downside is they don't last for squat. I'm running 225/40/18s that I had put on right before I shipped over here the car in May. Picked the car up at the end of July. Between July and now the tires are at least half done.

when i wear out whatever's on my M when I pick it up I'm moving to an all-season. I don't need Max Summer grip and longer life/quiter running is a plus. For me anyway.
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Yes I would go with 275/35/19. Nitto makes the INVO in that size I had it on my car and I like them.
Nitto are great tires. Ran them on many cars. They rank in my top 5 favorite tires
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+1 on the Nitto's.
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Can anyone tell me who makes 265/35/19 all season tires? So far no success in finding all season tires in this size at Tire Rack's website.
I want to stay with stock sizes too. If you find any, please post them. Sometimes places like Tire Rack don't carry all sizes, but the trick is to know if tire manufacturer makes our size, then find where to order it. Guess we'll have to hit google for that, no? I prefer 'high-performance all-season', but 'ultra-high-performance all-season' would be fine too. Max summers are simply overkill to me; prefer longer life, lower noise, and some winter piece of mind. Take care.
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I want to stay with stock sizes too. If you find any, please post them. Sometimes places like Tire Rack don't carry all sizes, but the trick is to know if tire manufacturer makes our size, then find where to order it. Guess we'll have to hit google for that, no? I prefer 'high-performance all-season', but 'ultra-high-performance all-season' would be fine too. Max summers are simply overkill to me; prefer longer life, lower noise, and some winter piece of mind. Take care.
I got a reply email from Michelin...

"Thank you for your email. We welcome the opportunity to serve you. We do not plan on making a 265/35R19 Pilot Sport A/S Plus at this time; however, we will forward your comments to our Product Marketing department for future consideration. Hopefully you will be able to use one of your alternate sizes in the Pilot sport A/S Plus."

So I guess 255/35/19 (front) and 275/35/19 (rear) would be the second best choice so far.. Will let you know if I find stock size (265/35/19) AS tires..

Thanks!
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