Jack Osman

What Tyres!?

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Hi all.

So the time has come that I need to get new tyres. I though as i have to do this and I need all 4 ill see if theres a better one.

Right now I have the Hankook ones, they have to be the extra load ones and take 500kg as its for a van. They seem fine (I don't really know :P ).

So what have you all got on yours? What would you recommend as a good tyre?

Has to be £50/£60!

Thanks!

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Hi all.

So the time has come that I need to get new tyres. I though as i have to do this and I need all 4 ill see if theres a better one.

Right now I have the Hankook ones, they have to be the extra load ones and take 500kg as its for a van. They seem fine (I don't really know :P ).

So what have you all got on yours? What would you recommend as a good tyre?

Has to be £50/£60!

Thanks!

What tyre size are you after?

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Oh yes I probably should have made that clear, umm, I cant think what they are. its the ztec s 16" wheels, the 5 spoke ones.... sorry not much help.

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Oh yes I probably should have made that clear, umm, I cant think what they are. its the ztec s 16" wheels, the 5 spoke ones.... sorry not much help.

They sound like same alloys as mine so should be 195/45r16

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Uniroyal rainsport 2s never had them before but I must say I'm very impressed goid grip in the dry and even better in the wet will just have to see how long they last oh and they cost me £50 each

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I use kuhmo tyres. Really really grippy in dry and wet, around £60 eatch

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I have the 17" street pack alloys and have Nankang NS2's. They where about £50 a corner. I have had these before on a few cars and rate them highly for the price they're excellent. Good dry and wet grip. On a 1.6tdci 90hp fiesta I don't see any reason to pay £100+ for a high performance tyre. I've had Kuhmo in the past and think they're good too, just these were a better price at the time.

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The factory fitted bridgestones are very good but on the pricy side, when i get my new alloys im getting a set of yokohama prada spec2, lots of good things said about these plus they are good value at £70

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Had a good look around and think I will go for the yokohama.

Thanks for your help guys!! :D

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Had a good look around and think I will go for the yokohama.

Thanks for your help guys!! :D

Ive just had a look on my tyre suppliers website and it looks like the dont make the yokohama prada in that size, but they do make the Sdrive, still a really good tyre though, if you aim for around £80 or less fitted then u are getting a good price

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you should try www.blackcircle .com you pick the tyre you want the place you want them fitted even the day and time you want them fitted and above all really good prices :)

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