Wheel/tire combination

  • I have a question about the tires.

    I have a 991.1 S rear 295/30/20 x11j

    Can I also run 305/30/20 at the rear like the 4s? ?:-(


    Greetings Sascha :wink:

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    Boxster 986, Cayenne S, Panamera 970, 991.1 S

  • Hello Sascha


    I have the 305 combination at the rear on the turbo rim and didn't even know it. New tires were fitted when I bought it used. My tire dealer drew my attention to this when changing the front tires and he then took care of the registration in the papers. It was no problem.


    Greetings Marc

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  • Hello Sascha


    I have the 305 combination at the rear on the turbo rim and didn't even know it. New tires were fitted when I bought it used. My tire dealer drew my attention to this when changing the front tires and he then took care of the registration in the papers. It was no problem.


    Greetings Marc

    Hello Marc,


    Thanks for the info - so there's nothing above or anything?

    As the 4s is wider at the rear than the S

    I thought that it might make a difference.

    I have original 5mm track plates all around. But that's really small.

    Do you have a photo?


    Greetings

    Sascha

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    Boxster 986, Cayenne S, Panamera 970, 991.1 S

  • I also had 295 on the 4S rims and then also changed to 305

    Since I still have track plates registered (individual approval), they also examined the tire combination and found it OK

    So you get a "go" from me :headbange

    14mm / wheel track plates with 305 fits


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  • Hello Sascha,


    I have also fitted and registered the 5mm track plates. There is nothing over. The ET makes the difference in the end.


    Greetings Marc

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