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I have been read the various post on winter/all season tires. The suggestions of going down to 18 inch rims seem a good idea because then I was going to keep my original tires for summer only use. Now I do not just wear them down.
I found that you can get Pirelli P-Zero All Season Plus tires the same size dimensions as the original tire size. The price seems very similar to the price for 18 inch tires, plus you can use your original rims and save money.
Has anyone tried the Pirelli P-Zero All Season Plus tires and are they any good.

Thanks Dave
 

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Did you full wear out your p Zero tires. I know everyone drives differently but just wondering what kind of mileage people get out of the tires. I have never had summer tires before. Thanks Dave
I had p zero on my 911s and it typically last about 10,000 miles. They are staggered. Since these are square setup, my guess would be 15,000 to 18,000 miles. Btw, I also plan to go with DWS all season after these p zero wears out.
 

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I got 8k miles and will be lucky to squeeze 2k more out of the pzeros. Ive never had tires wear out so quickly and they're not even that good of a tire so i cant wait to change them for the dws
 

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I got 8k miles and will be lucky to squeeze 2k more out of the pzeros. Ive never had tires wear out so quickly and they're not even that good of a tire so i cant wait to change them for the dws
That is very surprising. Square setup p zero should last much longer. I’m actually very impress with them compare to Pcar.
 

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I wasn’t too impressed with the Pzeros when I had them but didn’t have them long enough to comment on wear. Currently have the Michelin super sports on 18’s for summer and Toyo Celsius for winter. Couldn’t be more impressed with the Michelin’s (both in performance and wear rate) but the toyos are a big disappointment (an experiment with the all weather category) and will be swapping them with Michelin as3+ or dws for next winter (in the south).
 

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I think the heat in my area just melts tires more, it seemed ridiculous the amount of tire ware on my first 4k miles. I rotated them right before winter so the wear slowed, but the days are getting back to mid 90°s already so we'll see how long this last bit of rubber lasts me
 
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