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DUNLOP MONDIAL TYRES - yres: Dunlop SP SPORT 2000E 230/55 R390 ZR TD
these are avaiable in europe

tyres: Dunlop SP SPORT 2000E 230/55 R390 ZR TD

http://www.camskill.co.uk/products.p...298&mode=print


used in bmw european car serie 5

Do you think that's good for replace michelin trx of mondial 8 ?


I need to known if the size R390 and ZR390 as the same
this size between 220 of 308 and 240 of mondi8


Unfortunately in italy the price of michelin trx around 550 eur cad , 2200 eur 4 wheel around 2700 USD !!!!!!!!!!!!
too much for a mondi 8 , i don't own a 250GTO aahhaahah
 

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DUNLOP MONDIAL TYRES - yres: Dunlop SP SPORT 2000E 230/55 R390 ZR TD
these are avaiable in europe

tyres: Dunlop SP SPORT 2000E 230/55 R390 ZR TD

http://www.camskill.co.uk/products.p...298&mode=print


used in bmw european car serie 5

Do you think that's good for replace michelin trx of mondial 8 ?


I need to known if the size R390 and ZR390 as the same
this size between 220 of 308 and 240 of mondi8


Unfortunately in italy the price of michelin trx around 550 eur cad , 2200 eur 4 wheel around 2700 USD !!!!!!!!!!!!
too much for a mondi 8 , i don't own a 250GTO aahhaahah
It should fit, but do expect a very slight difference in the reading of your speedometer and thus, your odometer as well. Keep in mind, the tire tread would be 10mm narrower than the original tire (230 versus 240).

In any case, like I mentioned in the "328 shock absorber" thread in this forum, nothing is cheap with Ferraris! The original Michelin XWX tires for my 308 are expensive as well ($500+ USD each...).
 
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