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10-02-2019 03:08 PM
16Cayenne 19" Wheels


No track or towing just some spirited driving and city driving.
09-18-2019 02:45 AM
NTDI What size wheels?


What type of stopping do you do with your brakes?


Unless you are at the track or towing you probably would be fine with any normal painted brake rotor and pads. It's probably more preference than anything. But there are lots of online places to buy rotors and pads. Check out CarId, Rock Auto, autohausaz.com, Id Parts, Tire Rack etc....
09-15-2019 09:19 PM
Drsales Check out FCP Euro for maintenance parts. I use them for my BMW and have been impressed.
09-04-2019 08:20 PM
16Cayenne
New Member with 2 questions

Hi all,


I own a 2016 Cayenne S and looking for feedback on 2 issues.


I have approximately 27K and am in need of new tires and possibly brakes my questions are:


1) I live in New England and spend a most weekends in the winter in VT so I'm looking for a good All Season tire. I don't want to spend the money on new rims for winter tires nor do I want to swap winter/summer tires.



2) My brakes are down to 2mm front and 3mm rear so I'm starting to look at options. I have a really good indy shop and they typically recommend OEM parts and I'm not looking to cut corners especially with brakes but is there a better option that may also be more cost effective than OEM pads and rotors? I understand that ceramic pads perform better but will they last longer with same driving habits (I don't have issue with brake fade).


Any constructive feedback would be appreciated.

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