I just purchased nitto555 G2 rear tires in exact size of Pirelli p zeros that I took off. When I enter a corner it feels like car is on ice and I have to slow down. I

Asked by Aug 25, 2016 at 02:37 PM about the 2013 Ford Mustang GT Premium

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What are you running in the front?

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245/45/19 p zeros in front and 275/40/19 G2's in rear. Never had issue till I put these on rear of car

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I like to keep the same type/manufacturer of tire on both front and rear. I don't like mixing. A staggered setup is fine, but you will inherently get some understeer, but if you didn't have the problem till you replaced the tires, I would say that is your issue. If they are new enough/warranty, see if you can return them for some pirelli's.

Or replace fronts?

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You could, but talk to a few tire techs and Mustang mechanics before you do. I don't want you to waste your money at this point, just based on my comments. There could be other factors involved beside the tire compound and tread.

I agree. Just trying to get as much info as I can. Thanks for you input

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