Staggered all season different brands

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  1. AvsBest

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    Thinking of keeping my stock P Zero Nero A/S on the front and going with 305s from a different brand A/S on the rear.

    Any issues with that? My front ones have 2800 miles and they still have the yellow line on them. I don't track the car and not planning on it, I drive in eco mode when it's wet too.
     
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    no issues at all imo rides a little smoother but u will have no issues with it
     
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    I don't see any issues either with the choice.
     
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    ok, what tire and size did you put on the rears on the rears? Any issues?
     
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    There are lots of threads/posts on tire size... but if your going the DR route on the back 305's are about the max before you start getting into clearance issues. Some have went larger but you will need different wheels. Technically the 305's are too big for the stock wheels but there are a ton of guys running them without issue.
     
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    I have the stock all- season tires now and would like a stickier tire for the summer on the rear only if possible for street use only. I still would like it to be safe in the rain. Any suggestioms?
     
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    If your going to strictly street the car I would stick with the stock width 275's and pick a good performance summer tire. Any type of DR is not going to perform as well on the wet roads or in the rain.
     
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    Oh I forgot to mention go to the Tire Rack or other tire website as they have ratings and spec's on the tires which should help with your decisions.
     
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    Opinion on putting these on the rears in the stock P275's on the rear only just for the summer?

    BF Goodrich
    G-FORCE SPORT COMP-2 high performance summer. It is not an all season tire.

    Thanks!
     
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    I'm in this same boat as the 2 of you. Want to keep the stock Pzero nero A/S up front, and just put a 305 Summer tire in the rear, sounds like the stock wheel works fine.... Considering the Nitto 555 G2 or others,.. can't decide
     

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