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This is a discussion on Pirelli P Zero tires within the Mustang GT350 Wheels & Tires forums, part of the Mustang GT350 Garage category; Anybody running them? Continental is no longer making tires that fit....

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    Pirelli P Zero tires

    Anybody running them?
    Continental is no longer making tires that fit.

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    why not the Michelins? Just curious after coming from the driving school - they stick amazing
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    Just looking for feed back on different options for a street tire.

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    I'm running Hankook's on the front, picked them up on a deal with my new wheels. Currently have about 14,000 miles on them and like them a lot. Same wet / dry traction as the Michelins, but seem to wear a lot better.
    The ride is also the same but the tramlining is better with the Hankooks.
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    Can you get a matched set front and back?

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabberwoki View Post
    Can you get a matched set front and back?
    If you're talking 295/35R19 and 305/35R19 I've only found three tires in a matched set; PSS's, SC2's, and PZ4's.

    What kills you are those rear tires - only four available on Tire Rack and two of those are PSS's.

    (15) available for the front - but three of those are PSS's - so really (13) unique choices.
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    That lack of choice really sux.
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    I agree, The lack of choice really sux

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    Yes just around 200-300 miles so far not as sticky as SC2s of course but I am not gonna track her anytime soon. They are settling in nicely and corner great.Name:  IMG_1133.jpeg
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    We have the PZero Nero's on our 17 GT/CS (Stock tires), and I wouldn't buy them again. There are far better tires available
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