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Ash88lfc
Hi i am looking at purchasing new tyres for my car and came across an offer too good to be true id have thought. 4 brand new retread tyres fir £160 is this worth and ill they be ok. Says retread of michelin?? any advice opinions will be appreciated. Thanks.
artscot79
wouldnt touch them with a barge pole a retread is a used tyre which has simply had the tread relaced the basic structure of the tyre hasnt been touched like the cord etc more often than not the treads are poor quality and many fail given they are not tested in anyway they are cheap as no one wants them considering you can buy better tyres for less why bother a cheaper chinese brand will be good there are many such as haida for example
Ash88lfc
Also sorry if anyone is up on there tyres i have a question. My tryes on now are 235 45 r17 93v. Will these tyres be ok to fit on or will they be size wise too big 235 45 r17 94v. They are 94 what i am looking at, ive googles this and the 94 code is for load index so IF i changed all these tres to these they will fit on my alooys wont they??? Any help again please. Thanks.
Lenny
[quote name='Ash88lfc' timestamp='1340994011' post='189920']
Also sorry if anyone is up on there tyres i have a question. My tryes on now are 235 45 r17 93v. Will these tyres be ok to fit on or will they be size wise too big 235 45 r17 94v. They are 94 what i am looking at, ive googles this and the 94 code is for load index so IF i changed all these tres to these they will fit on my alooys wont they??? Any help again please. Thanks.
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yes they will be fine mate,
you may have a higher Psi resistance in the 94 compared to the 93 and a slightly stronger side wall but the same tyre in dimensions and appearance.

and i wouldnt purchase re-threaded tyres mate unless they were for a forklift.
catch
[quote name='Lenny' timestamp='1340995501' post='189924']

and i wouldnt purchase re-threaded tyres mate unless they were for a forklift.
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CLASSIC :D
Fastfordman
Surely it is not possible to retread car tyres as they'll just cut through to the core trying. I have heard cheap tyre be called retreads of branded names like Michelin and they basically mean copies of the branded tyre or old patterns that the cheap manufacture bought off a brand. I wonder if this is want they are?

If they are geninually retreads though do not buy!
Ash88lfc
thanks for the tyre 94v load weight haa heres the link. On ebay. Would you still deffo say a ney???

[url="http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/330672248345?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649#ht_3817wt_1166"]http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/330672248345?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649#ht_3817wt_1166[/url]

Cheers.
Pitmonster
Personally I would not take the risk.

By all means go for a budget tyre if funds are tight, but not retreads. New tyres have to meet things like EU safety standards. But with retreads you never know. Is the carcass or structure sound? How many potholes did they hit in their life?

By fitting bigger wheels or having a sportier car, you have to accept that tyres will cost more.
A quick look on etyres shows budget tyres in your size at around 75.00 each

And some of the budget brands are actually subsidiaries of larger manufacturers (similar to how Skoda and Audi are related). For example Barum are made by Continental.

But remember that no matter how good your brakes are, or how sporty your suspension is, or how much power you have, ultimately it all goes onto the road via 4 small rubber contact patches about the size of your hand. And your life could depend on that...

Perhaps we should see tyres as an investment, rather than an expense?
Lenny
[quote name='Ash88lfc' timestamp='1341002213' post='189948']
thanks for the tyre 94v load weight haa heres the link. On ebay. Would you still deffo say a ney???

[url="http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/330672248345?ssPageName=STRK:MEWAX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1423.l2649#ht_3817wt_1166"]http://www.ebay.co.u...#ht_3817wt_1166[/url]

Cheers.
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NO i wouldnt buy them lol
not even a picture of the sale item on the site and they cant even spell profile.
if this was dragons then then id have to say Im OUT,
the same as the rear end of your car would be, on the first corner you turn if you fitted a set of these rethreaded tyres.
Fastfordman
Definitely don't buy them if you read further down the page it says they are used tyres where the old tread is stripped off and new tread added. They sound very dodgy, much better to spend a few more notes as your life might depend on it.
Ash88lfc
haha im the amateur for kitting my car up at the min. Ill swerve away from these then. Will just go for decent ones from national tyres. Wait till my misses see's my bank account statement hahahaaa. Cheers again fellas.
james_60
buying retreads is a disaster waiting to happen.

Buying Budget tyres is acceptable

Buy premium or a trusted brand and expect quality

Jamie
DaveD
I thought re treads were outlawed years ago? Please dont buy them. You can easily buy low budget tires for your car which are legal and good value.
Stoney871
Retreads have the habit of chucking their teddies out of the cot on hard corners.
Part worn or budget yes - retreads no.
ferretfloozy
retreads ..they used to be called remolds and they are exactly that ..theres a company near me that specializes in retreading lorry tyre .. what they do is strip of the outer layer of the tyre( machined of on a revolving plate) then they place the bare tyre in a mold( remolds) and inject the new rubber around it adding an extra strip on the sidewalls for scuffing kerbs etc..ever wondered why you see so many strips of lorry tyres on the motorway?..
artscot79
google retread tyres mate and they will tell you some horror stories only once many years ago did i get 2 done and the rubber started literally peeling off the tyre garage said then they should ban the bloomin things try blackcircles.co.uk they do good tyres at decent prices dont skimp on tyres mate they do more than roll
jeebowhite
If I had to pick Retreads or Part Worn (for budget purposes) I would go part worn. You can inspect the tyres for any damage before buying, and I had a pair of part worns on my Focus for a good 10 months, no trouble at all, they worked a treat, gripped a treat, and I bought them with 6mm on them. Because I had literally no money (two tyres for £50) it was the only option I had, or it was £60 and three points per faulty tyre.

If you can buy a cheap tyre, buy one, if you need something super cheap, be careful, but dont buy retreads where possible.
artscot79
ive had part worns so new the still had the coloured lines on the treads
ferretfloozy
dont forget ..CR*P tyres means CR*P braking
Preee
Owww i would never buy re-tread's , i'm surprized you can still get them TBH
catch
[quote name='Pitmonster' timestamp='1341002508' post='189949'] Perhaps we should see tyres as an investment, rather than an expense? [/quote]

And therein lies the reality of tyre purchase..........

I for one put a value of my nearest and dearest far in excess of that charged for a set of retreads.

After much research I bought what I considered to be the best all round tyres out there, Goodyear Opigrips. Full set fitted [ over eleven months] for £296............on 16's.

Because at a crucial time in the future, either through my own or somebody else's stupidity or just momentary lack of concentration.................when the sh*t is about to finally hit the fan BIG TIME.........................I know I'd have been willing to trade my "eye teeth" for a set of the best tyres out there.

Have you seen those long skid marks on the road.................and on occasion lying in the verge is a strip of tyre tread that appears to have parted company with the rest of the tyre body.....................no doubt retreads or cheap lowest of the low budget tyres.
jeebowhite
Definately agree catch, The only thing that stops you braking the car is the tyres and the brake pads. you can stop your car by alternate means, but would you rather spend an extra £50 to £100 on tyres, or the same amount on your insurance excess, followed by a claim?

as a general rule, if you buy budget tyres, you need to drive much more precautionary, bigger gaps, slower paces, and a lot more thinking!
artscot79
i found that while they were fine braking in the dry the wet was a whole different ball game the grip in the wet was terrible and the abs was always kicking in as the tyres would skid at present i have haida on the rear and matador on the front which are made by continental and even hard braking in the wet you struggle to get the abs to kick in the tyres just grip and the matadors were a good price
catch
Haida are Chinese, and yes your right the Matador are made in Czechoslovakia by a Continental subsidiary.

Still prefer to put premium quality made in Germany tyres on my motor though. And the reality is, it cost very little more to do that. In fact the cost difference between shodding your motor with Czech made Matador budget tyres, or in my case Goodyear Optigrips is a measly 7.61% extra!

To me it's a no brainer, pay out an extra £23.20 and have your motor kitted out in a full set of four tyres.

For cost compression I used [url="http://ssl.delti.com/cgi-bin/rshop.pl?dsco=110&cart_id=31827713.110.4966&F_F=1&m_s=3&s_p=Fully_Fitted_Tyres"]http://ssl.delti.com...ly_Fitted_Tyres[/url]

When I had mine done I went straight to my local HiQ and they did them £9 a tyre cheaper than what My Tyres was quoting if I had them fit at HiQ but ordered and paid for via the My Tyres website.

Wet conditions, more so standing water is when the men are sorted from the boys in the world of tyres.

Watch the video by clicking the read more link
[url="http://www.goodyear.eu/home_en/optigrip/index.jsp"]http://www.goodyear....igrip/index.jsp[/url]

Plus the Goodyear Optigrip tyre has the best user review score for Summer tyres when they have to be used in snow conditions. Check out the scores for that, as well as grip and braking in wet and dry conditions at [url="http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/"]http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/[/url]

I know I keep banging on about the Optigrip, but I researched the arse of tyres. As I had gone from a Volvo esp equipped motor to my present Focus. And on the not so cheap Marangoni Verso tyres it was fitted with when I bought it. I found myself scrabbling about for grip if I wanted a quick pull out turning right across traffic onto a road where the traffic was belting along. And in snow they were all over the place. Hence before I shelled out for new tyres I was determined to do the research.

If you have esp fitted on your motor you can get away with a lot. And being without it that is why I wanted the best scoring tyre in the anti aquaplaning stakes, but also up there with the best in all other aspects of what you want out of a tyre.

I know I rabbit on a bit, but I'm just sharing the knowledge, you can ignore it if you want........wont be offended ;).........................
I don't mean you artscot my old mucker, I meant everybody and anybody in general.
jeebowhite
How much do the optigrips cost per tyre at HiQ? they are the 205/55 R16V you have on yours arent they?

I am due to replace my fronts on my Cee'd and am researching, currently between Avon, Michellin EnergySaver and now the Opti's per your recommendation.
artscot79
avoid the michelin my old mans citroen has the and they dont last at all he was shocked but the garage said that many people have had similar issues the optis seem the best tyre out there in my case the fronts were new when i got them th erears was a winter emergency and the garage had limited tyres so it was the haida all i can say is they do have more road noise from them but otherwise i cant fault them when the time comes if i can afford it it will be optis if not continental as the matador are very impressive
jeebowhite
The Energy Savers are not too bad, I bought the car 19,000 miles ago with michellins on the rear, it was at about 6.7 - 7mm however, I am now down to 5mm on the rear, and in that time have gone through a set of pirelli P6000 on the front!
artscot79
the rears werent too bad but the fronts were terrible for wear and they aint cheap either
catch
jeeb I paid £75 per tyre fitted back in late August 2011. Like I say you should get circa £9 discount to what mytres.co.uk are quoting as of now.

Just looked on mytyres website and they are quoting £78.70, so it looks like tyre prices are down on when I bought last. Probably due to the Euro /Pound exchange rate being in the Pounds favour due to the Euro trouble of late.

Avon ZZ3 scored crap in Snow

Edit:
The Optigrip is not the quietest tyre out there jeeb, but that's the price you pay with a grippy tyre. That said in the reviews it scored better than the Conti Premium Contact 2 in the Tyre Wear scoring.

Opti Scoring at TyreTest.com

Average based on 605 test results
Score: 1-Excellent 6-Poor Ø1.9
Grip in dry conditions 1.7
Braking in dry conditions 1.7
Grip in wet conditions 1.9
Braking in wet conditions 1.9
Grip in snow 2.6
Driving comfort 2.0
Internal noise level 2.3
Exterior noise levels 2.3
Tyre wear 2.1
Kilometres driven 11.144

Mich Energy Saver
Average based on 1647 test results Ø Score
[1,88]
Grip in dry conditions [1,6]
Braking in dry conditions [1,6]
Grip in wet conditions [2,1]
Braking in wet conditions [2,2]
Grip in snow [3,1]
Driving comfort [1,8]
Internal noise level [1,9]
Exterior noise levels [2,0]
Tyre wear [1,9]
How many kms did you already drive with this tyre? 14.519 km

Avon ZZ3

Average based on 311 test results Ø Score
[2,29]
Grip in dry conditions [1,8]
Braking in dry conditions [1,8]
Grip in wet conditions [2,5]
Braking in wet conditions [2,5]
Grip in snow [3,9]
Driving comfort [2,4]
Internal noise level [2,4]
Exterior noise levels [2,4]
Tyre wear [2,6]
How many kms did you already drive with this tyre? 14.227 km

Conti Premium Contact2

Average based on 2135 test results Ø Score
[1,98]
Grip in dry conditions [1,6]
Braking in dry conditions [1,6]
Grip in wet conditions [2,0]
Braking in wet conditions [2,0]
Grip in snow [3,2]
Driving comfort [1,9]
Internal noise level [2,0]
Exterior noise levels [2,1]
Tyre wear [2,5]
How many kms did you already drive with this tyre? 14.578 km
raskL
ive tried a few and for the diesel id definatley say bridgetsone potenza's are best they feel like they are made for the car
stef123
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catch
[quote name='raskL' timestamp='1341499733' post='191351'] ive tried a few and for the diesel id definatley say bridgetsone potenza's are best they feel like they are made for the car [/quote]

Source...TyreTest.com

[u]Bridgestone Potenza RE040[/u]
[b]Average based on 214 test results [/b] [b]Ø [img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_ED.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_ED.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_ED.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNE_ED.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_ED.gif[/img][/b] Score
[2,37] Grip in dry conditions [img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img] [1,6] Braking in dry conditions [img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img] [1,6] Grip in wet conditions [img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img] [2,7] Braking in wet conditions [img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img] [2,6] Grip in snow [img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNE_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img] [4,2] Driving comfort [img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img] [2,6] Internal noise level [img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img] [2,8] Exterior noise levels [img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img] [2,7] Tyre wear [img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERPOS_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img][img]http://www.tyretest.com/bilder/STERNNG_C0.gif[/img] [2,8] How many kms did you already drive with this tyre? 20.519 km
catch
stef bit late with that :D

It was an attempt to copy paste a spreadsheet, soon as I say it had not worked, I change my post :rolleyes:
stef123
[quote name='catch' timestamp='1341501264' post='191358']
stef bit late with that :D

It was an attempt to copy paste a spreadsheet, soon as I say it had not worked, I change my post :rolleyes:
[/quote]

haha, yeah i kinda thought wtf..
artscot79
jesus call s.e.t.i weve made contact lol
Stoney871
:P


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