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Tire recommendation

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I would appreciate any recommendations for tire replacements on my 1996 328i convertible with sport pkg (225-16"). I believe these are the original Pirelli's (45k miles- 2nd owner) and am looking to replace. I love the stickiness of these pirellis but wasn't sure if this exact product still exisits or if there is a better alternative...thanks

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I would recommend the Falken Azeni Sport, but they only come in 205-55 and 215-45 for 16" rims.
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I just put some of the new Kumho street tires on my 911 and love them! They are really inexpensive compared to the bigger name brands, too.

The tire rack has a very good online forum that collects reviews and customer opinions on tires, so definitely check out their website before buying tires, even if you are going to purchase them at a local shop.

www.tirerack.com - I think...

Good luck,

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