pandalf Posted August 4, 2020 Share Posted August 4, 2020 (edited) I know the question of tyre preference will be constantly doing the rounds. So I have read a bunch of posts to help me finalise an opinion. But a few questions remain. I have a Cayman R with very healthy P Zeros on the front (fitted new in 2018 when I bought the car), but elderly P Zeros on the back that really need changing pretty soon. I have a Porsche warranty that will soon expire, so I am not that bothered about N ratings. My inclination is to move away from Pirelli, and I like the look (and price) of the new Goodyear Supersports. But I have no need to change the front tyres any time soon. My thinking is to go with the Goodyear's on the back now, and go Goodyear all round when it's time to swap the fronts. But that could be a few years away. So how big an issue is it to have different brands front and rear? And do folks have strong feelings based on the latest experiences of Goodyear versus Pirelli versus Michelin versus Bridgestone (I doubt I would consider anything else, but open to persuasion). Edited August 4, 2020 by pandalf Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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