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      11-20-2012, 09:05 PM   #31
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Originally Posted by Dackelone View Post
It could be that Michelin has change the actual tire specs(the physical dimensions) from PS2's to PSS. I don't see why... but it could be. Normally you only hear of tire variances from tire maker to tire maker. ie: Dunlaps vs Michelins. But I haven't heard of a tire maker making tires of different(actual) sizes with in its tire line.


I also know from my VW/Audi days that some cars can be built with weird tolerances. Sometime you would run across a car that the car body was off as much as 3/4 of an inch from left to right.
That's the thing, I really wasn't expecting this staying with the same tire manufacturer. I will say, the right rear rubs A LOT more than the left so I'm really keeping my fingers crossed that maybe getting an alignment and adding some positive camber will alleviate the rubbing.