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      05-31-2011, 06:23 PM   #1
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Specs on 285/35/19 RE-11?

For some reason Tirerack doesn't list the specs for this size. I'm really just looking for section width. I wish I measured this when I still had my tires. Thanks in advance.

EDit: I should add this isn't available on Bridgestone's site either.
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bump..anyone?
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Ben@Tirerack - any updates on this?
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I have a request in for specs, but no luck yet. Waiting to get from Bridgestone.
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Looks like Tirerack now has the specs up at http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires....=Potenza+RE-11.

According to the site, the section width of the 285/35/19 is 11.4".
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Oh nice! Thanks Shizzle. I didnt even bother checking since then. No wonder I had rubbing issues, it's a very tall tire!
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