View Full Version : Tire question/need suggestions

10-07-2008, 07:12 AM
So Im about to get some new wheels with come with almost new Mich PS2's on them. I figure I can probably sell them for the price of some brand new BFG Gforce tires that are smaller (less rub) and cheaper to replace.
So should I keep the PS2's and worry about paying $300 for a new tire (245/35/18) but have an amazing tire?
Or should I sell them all and get some brand new BFG G-Force (235-40-18) which are ALOT cheaper to replace.
Keep in mind that I might track teh car 1-2 times a year and occasionally go on spirited drives.
Please give me your option/reasoning.

10-07-2008, 07:14 AM
Several years ago I bought a set of 5 BBS RKII wheels with nearly new Pilot Sports. I drove them for two summers, pulled the tires off, and sold the wheels for what I paid for them. My expensive tires were free!

10-07-2008, 07:34 AM
See I'm just worried about something happening to the tire within the next couple years of me driving them that will force me to have to shell out $300 a tire. Plus these are ET35 wheels so I don't want it to rub

10-07-2008, 07:40 AM
ET35 should be perfect. Maybe a 5mm spacer. Rolled fenders are a must.

10-07-2008, 08:10 AM
many tire stores sell warrenties, even if the tires are used and you didnt buy them there. i think it was americas tire that was known for it. off road guys use it for destroyed sidewalls.

10-07-2008, 08:22 AM
I've been running these tires for two years, and I refuse to go to another one.....they're amazing, and they can be had a reasonable prices if you find them used. I just bought a virtually new set of 4 for under $300 about 2 months ago.......but, if that's not convincing enough, drive around on the tires for a week before you make up your mind. I can guarantee you'll wanna keep em

10-07-2008, 04:39 PM
I got the wheels. I cant wait to run them, I just have to get my fenders rolled now.
The wheels/tires are not too big and seem like they'll do just fine. Pictures coming thursday or friday