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Welcome, how did you decide on these sizes?
 

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Seems like Bridgestone owns the Lexus lineup.

I had the RE70's on my WRX back in the days (factory model for the STi), they were noisy as well and very stiff.

Anyone look into Yokohama? Personally my favorite. (ZR or W rated of course)
 

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Seems like Bridgestone owns the Lexus lineup.
:confused:My wife's ES came with Michelins and my F also came with Michelins. I've since switched to Continental Extreme Contact DW. 245/35/19 in front and 285/30/19 in back on the stock wheels. I luv 'em.:D


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Strangely enough in Europe, the OEM tires are Bridgestone. RE50A for the IS-F
Mine came with the Bridgestones as well...unfortunately. I don't know what they use now, but at least for 2008 Lexus used both the PS2s and RE50As.
 

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Mine came with the Bridgestones as well...unfortunately. I don't know what they use now, but at least for 2008 Lexus used both the PS2s and RE50As.
Still the same!

Lou
 
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