dlknight Fancy helping me with my rear valance? Once I've got the engine out will need to find someone to do the couple of bits of bodywork I need doing. Today I didn't work on the car but I managed to buy myself a pair of NOS Continental Sport Contact N1 225 / 50 R16 for front of my Turbo. Yes they are a few years old (2014), but very hard to find a set of matching staggered tyres now for the 16" turbo wheels. Will eventually be sticking some nice 17" or 18" wheels on (after the engine rebuild is completed).
scam75Probably a blessing in disguise, fresh rubber should be much safer and better rather than old hardened stuff. My fronts are about 6 years old now on the stamp, still plenty life but getting on time to replace them on age grounds. Stuart
dlknightscam75Probably a blessing in disguise, fresh rubber should be much safer and better rather than old hardened stuff. My fronts are about 6 years old now on the stamp, still plenty life but getting on time to replace them on age grounds. StuartYes - I'd be interested to hear what you go for Stuart with the 16s. Think I will be getting a set of Cup 2s and sticking on some fresh Michelin PS4s...
EldavoThe Cayenne disc option isn’t a direct bolt up - M030 front hubs limit options.
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