this tire in 255's : http://www.tirerack.com/tires/tires.jsp?tireMake=Pirelli&tireModel=Cinturato+P7+All+Season+Plus&partnum=545VR9CP7ASP anybody mount these? I know there are ppl here who have mounted the 245s. I have had the 255/45ZR19 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 and have had 34k miles on them but due to worn bushings on my rear upper control arms that I opted not to replace a month ago when the DU was swapped, well I destroyed the rest of the tires unfortunately (guess I should have listened to them lol). The tire feathered on the rear left (causing the loud noise which is why I brought it into service) and the rear right I burned the inner shoulder down almost right to the cords. they swapped the front and back tires in the meantime while I figure out what I want to do. (just to make sure I dont burn through to the cords and blow out over the next week or two). I have scheduled an appt in 2 weeks to do the "100k yearly service" which includes flushing coolant (I am at 78k miles now, and my last "yearly service" was April `14 when I was at 45k miles) and replace the rear upper control arms. This is gonna cost me like $1700 not even including the tires yet, . I'm just not sure if I should go with 255/45ZR19 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 again or if I should try 255/45-19 Pirelli Cinturato P7 All Season Plus. The Michelins are AWESOME but blew in snow (I got stuck twice and also couldn't make it up 2 different driveways last winter). My concern is that the overall diameter of these 255 Pirelli's is 28.2" and I'm not sure if that'll clear suspension in the front. The OEM 19s are 27.7" in diameter. The 255 Michelin Pilot Sport A/S 3 are 28.0" and they were fine. Keep in mind I also have the TSportline TST Turbines so the offset is 5mm further out so not sure if that helps. I love these Michelins but the Pirelli's are better rated in every category especially for winter/snow. Thoughts?