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    Default HELP!!! Need the 205/55-R15 Combo.

    Visiting Peshawar and trying to look for some tires in 205/55-R15. Unfortunately this is a rare combo (according to all the shopkeepers). They all suggested 195/65-R15 or 205/65-R15 but not interested in those.

    Only one shop has the required tire i need.

    The tires are Yoko's S-drive 205/55-R15 86V. Are these any good for a Mercedes? Im currently running 185/65-R14 Kumho Power Racer's II and they have amazing grip and braking.

    Any suggestions? Can some other brand be bought in this tire size?

    S.drive High Performance Tires | Yokohama Tire Corp.

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    Quote Originally Posted by arzaam.bhatti View Post
    how did they feel on the car? you checked that they mounted correctly right and were centre with the hub?
    Yup checked them. Both pairs clear all brake lines and suspension components.

    The front pair is from a 190E and the rears are from a W124. The reason why i didnt go with the 15x7jj ET35's at the back was due to them not filling the fender gap (and i have mixed feelings about wheel spacers). The ET25's were popping way out of the front fender too so those are just sticking with the back.

    So going with the ET35's at the front and ET25's at the back. While these get refurbished, I'll search for some new tires now.

    btw, here is what they look like.

    HELP!!! Need the 20555R15 Combo -1514350

    HELP!!! Need the 20555R15 Combo -1514351
    My 1985 Mercedes Benz W201 190D (DIY's, Detailing and Photo-shoots)
    http://www.pakwheels.com/forums/members-member-rides/207432-my-mercedes-c-class-w201

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    Quote Originally Posted by devils_smile View Post
    Yup checked them. Both pairs clear all brake lines and suspension components.

    The front pair is from a 190E and the rears are from a W124. The reason why i didnt go with the 15x7jj ET35's at the back was due to them not filling the fender gap (and i have mixed feelings about wheel spacers). The ET25's were popping way out of the front fender too so those are just sticking with the back.



    So going with the ET35's at the front and ET25's at the back. While these get refurbished, I'll search for some new tires now.

    btw, here is what they look like.

    HELP!!! Need the 20555R15 Combo -1514350

    HELP!!! Need the 20555R15 Combo -1514351
    the design is perfect, suits the car so well, just make sure it rides and sits like it should, as i had a feeling x 7jj may stick out a bit, but using the mixed sizes should do the trick
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