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Old 08-02-2006, 09:02 AM
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Tires for a 2005 infinity g35

ok guys here is my problem i cant find a whole lot of options for tires for this car. i need a 225-40-19 for the front and a 245-40-19 for the back. i can find tires but hardly ever a matching set. any suggestions

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I would keep looking untill I found a matching set. Talk to the folks at your local tire store if they do not have them matching....I am sure they can order them.
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I would keep looking untill I found a matching set. Talk to the folks at your local tire store if they do not have them matching....I am sure they can order them.
Im afrade its not that simple. i dont think they make many 19 inch tires anyway
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Who made the tires that are on it now? Go to this site.......punch in your tire sizes etc. and go from there.....then click the dealer locator to find your closest dealer. http://www.michelinman.com/

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here. for the 245/40 19's http://www.tirerack.com/tires/Compar...t=All&x=46&y=7

here fot the 225/40 19's
http://www.tirerack.com/tires/Compar...t=All&x=85&y=0


both pages have several listings of in stock tires. don't worry about mounting/ balancing, they can send the tires to a participating tire rack dealer. I'v dealt with Tire Rack and there service is awsome.
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Have you looked at Nitto, Khumo, or Yokohama?

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