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Jackass 11-01-2020 01:58 PM

2014 ZL1. Rear OEM tires MIA
 
Hi everyone
Iíve been looking everywhere for a set of rear tires Goodyear 305/35ZR20 , no one seems to have it in stock anywhere close to my area ( SF BAY AREA ) and beyond
Found some LEFT rear only but none Right side
Iíve seen a couple set on EBay but they look very suspicious at the best
Does anyone knows about a good source where I can get it ( 1 left , 1 right rears ) ?

Thanks in advance

1MtnGoat 11-01-2020 07:13 PM

Tire Rack has both sides in stock and will ship to you.

Coop[580 11-01-2020 08:11 PM

Why in the world would you want them. Upgrade to something better.

Little Walter 11-03-2020 09:58 AM

Speedytire.com have them for $134.00 you will have to call them to get them to match that price for the right side tire. The date on the ones I got were fresh tires. I like the OEM tires also for riding around, when I drag race I have an matching set of OEM wheels with Mickey Thompson drag radial to hook on the street or track.

ChuckZL1 11-03-2020 11:43 AM

I remember Amazon had them cheap with free shipping.

Coop[580 11-03-2020 03:11 PM

Spend the money on something better.

GONMAD510 11-04-2020 08:29 AM

I ran 3 or 4 sets of the stock Goodyears because I wanted to run what came on the car. I eventually put a set of Micheling Pilot 4S on and it was a world of difference in the handling and all around traction compared to the Goodyears. You should try them out.

Jackass 11-08-2020 10:22 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 1MtnGoat (Post 10895893)
Tire Rack has both sides in stock and will ship to you.

Iíve been looking at tire rack but they only have the LEFT hand side
Will try again and see
Thanks

Jackass 11-08-2020 10:29 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by GONMAD510 (Post 10897210)
I ran 3 or 4 sets of the stock Goodyears because I wanted to run what came on the car. I eventually put a set of Micheling Pilot 4S on and it was a world of difference in the handling and all around traction compared to the Goodyears. You should try them out.

Thanks for the info , like you said you used the OEM for a long while Iíve done the some and would like to keep it that way
But Iím getting to the point where On changing brands
One question though , I have the front set on about 2.5K miles on it ( OEM) specs , will it be okay to just replace the rear to a Michelin tire set at the rear , or one should use all for from the same manufacturer ?
I donít race the car but every now and then I tend to get a little gas on it !
Thanks again

Jackass 11-08-2020 10:35 AM

Hi there
I , just like you have seen those $135.00 rear tires 305/35ZR20 on that site and a few others
My question is that every other seller has it for 300 plus , what gives ? Are they really from Goodyear or are the Chinese copycats that can blow without and warning ?

GONMAD510 11-17-2020 03:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Jackass (Post 10899181)
Thanks for the info , like you said you used the OEM for a long while Iíve done the some and would like to keep it that way
But Iím getting to the point where On changing brands
One question though , I have the front set on about 2.5K miles on it ( OEM) specs , will it be okay to just replace the rear to a Michelin tire set at the rear , or one should use all for from the same manufacturer ?
I donít race the car but every now and then I tend to get a little gas on it !
Thanks again

You can change the just change the rears. Will not cause any issues.


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