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Reviewed as many Pilot Sport 4S threads as I could and still confused. The 285/35/19 OEM size seems to be on back order for months, what size are people replacing their rear tires with, I prefer to stick with latest Michelin tire tech (unless the new goodyears are in favor). Thanks!!
 

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I have the 295s on my Coupe.... I HAD to move up from the 285s and I was using AS3s for the rain.

I can tell the difference in the rain between the PS4s and AS3s but it was worth it because the AS3s couldn't handle the 640whp.
 

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I have the 295s on my Coupe.... I HAD to move up from the 285s and I was using AS3s for the rain.

I can tell the difference in the rain between the PS4s and AS3s but it was worth it because the AS3s couldn't handle the 640whp.
Thanks. Coupe/sedans have different size rear stock rims though right?.

Dealer tried to sell me the AS3s and I have no interest in those. I am pretty set on PS4s just figuring out what is ideal size since 285s seem very hard to source.

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Thanks. Coupe/sedans have different size rear stock rims though right?.

Dealer tried to sell me the AS3s and I have no interest in those. I am pretty set on PS4s just figuring out what is ideal size since 285s seem very hard to source.

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Yes we do. You'll love the PS4. I got them from Tire Rack because my local tire guy couldn't get them.
 

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Sedans and wagons share samectires/rims. Coupes are unique to themselves
 

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Tire Sizes

Old thread but informative.
Thanks, tirerack chart for pilot sport 4S shows 295s require 10" wheel so I presume no go and I need to stick to the 285s so I guess I will order and wait...I was hoping someone has gone with the 295s on the 9.5" rims and could confirm it was OK.

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I am running 295's on the rear of a wagon but they are Continental tires, not sure if Michelin PS4 would also fit.
 

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I’m on my second set of 4S’s on my sedan 285’s in the rear, hands down best daily drivable performance tire.
 
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