It's definitely an option, but I'm exploring all options right now. First time buying tires so learning how it all goes. I confirmed with the tire shop that as long as the tires on the same axle are the same then you're fine.
Roxy is in need of some new treads. I've replaced the rear axle with brand new Continental ContiProContact 235/40R18 91W (same as OE) and I'm in need of replacing the front axle wheels real soon. I haven't found any threads recommending tires for the original 18" alloy wheels, only aftermarket...
I had a shop try to do this install originally and even they had difficulty. I can’t put on left OEM caps as that one broke during the removal. Now two clips have snapped on the right mirror and I’m just sitting here with my dick in my hand because neither of the caps I received fit properly.
These are real carbon fiber, it’s just not 100% carbon fiber. It’s an ABS plastic skeleton with CF coating. Was hoping it was worth the price but not worth all this damage to my car. I just found another broken clip.
I highly recommend taking this to a shop that knows how to do this. Just snapped an irriplaceable part while trying to replace my first pair I received that didn’t fit properly. This isn’t an install that will go smoothly unless the parts are 100% fitment. Most irritating install ever.
Bruh, they skipped the hardest retaining clip which is the third one (closest to the door). That one is pointed downwards. This entire video you can pretty much figure out from the installation PDFs. Smh, was hoping to see how the pushed off the retaining clips.