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    I should have prolly posted this in the tire forum, sorry for that...

    a 27" tire would be ideal height wise, but not sure of the width in a 255 if it would clear the fenders.
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    We all know your a track star but you don't have to be a track hero to know about tires. All I said was the PSS were as good if not better than any of those tires in the rain.
    Fact of the matter is only a handful of people will track their Jukes for pretty much everyone else it is a daily driver, some may drive it more aggressively than others. PSS would be a good choice for aggressive dry and wet weather performance and the occasional track event. Sure if your dedicated enough than swap out for Re71r or Rival S but as a daily driver tire the PSS are a better choice.

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    Dunlop and Hankook sure but clearly you've never tracked on the re71r or the rival s in the rain. But clearly y'all have more experience with them than i do
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    I see the thread is getting way off track, no pun intended.
    I was hoping for members to list their vehicle and what tire came on it stock as when new.
    since the car was built in Japan, what did they put on the juke prior to it`s arrival in the states?

    here in the US on domestics I`ve seen several brands on the same car depending on logistics. all depends on the vendor contract I suppose.
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    A different model year can also bring different brand of tires although I don't know if that ever happened with the Juke but I've seen this on other cars.

    Quote Originally Posted by Pale Rider View Post
    I see the thread is getting way off track, no pun intended.
    I was hoping for members to list their vehicle and what tire came on it stock as when new.
    since the car was built in Japan, what did they put on the juke prior to it`s arrival in the states?

    here in the US on domestics I`ve seen several brands on the same car depending on logistics. all depends on the vendor contract I suppose.
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    All Nismo and Nismo RS if BRAND new from Nissan, should have came with Continental tires. If used, well whatever the dealer you got it from found cheapest lol. It's supposed to have came with a Y-rated Continental that last approximately 15k miles. Mine lasted almost 20k miles rotating them every 3k miles.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisChhorn View Post
    All Nismo and Nismo RS if BRAND new from Nissan, should have came with Continental tires. If used, well whatever the dealer you got it from found cheapest lol. It's supposed to have came with a Y-rated Continental that last approximately 15k miles. Mine lasted almost 20k miles rotating them every 3k miles.
    Thank You. based on the lack of stick on weights and wheel rim weights installed, my educated guess is this is the second set of Conti`s. stick on adhesive still on wheel from old weights.
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