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#580161 - 11th Sep 2011 12:19am cheap tyres
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Am after cheap new tyres, 165/70/R14/81T
any one recomend any where please, the cheapest I have found so far are National tyres £124
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#580163 - 11th Sep 2011 12:22am Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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#580166 - 11th Sep 2011 12:28am Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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Those Continentals are a bargain, great grip wet or dry, turning or breaking and they do save a small amount of fuel which more than pays for them in their lifetime.
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#580170 - 11th Sep 2011 12:34am Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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http://www.topgeartyres.co.uk/
I get part worns dirt cheap. Loads of tread and decent makes. Personally, great value for money on part worns.


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#580171 - 11th Sep 2011 12:39am Re: cheap tyres [Re: diggingdeeper]
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thank you.
It will cost me £10 per tyre to get them fitted, so its still looking cheaper to go to National tyres £124 fitted
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#580280 - 11th Sep 2011 9:32am Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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Try the garage next to the bp station @ st James church

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#580388 - 11th Sep 2011 4:28pm Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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I can beat that hands down, £32.60 each, including VAT, delivered... -> http://ssl.delti.com/cgi-bin/rshop.pl?de...&sowigan=So

Granted they are Nippon-Slip-Off's, but they are round and rubbery, and better yet, brand new.
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#580414 - 11th Sep 2011 5:36pm Re: cheap tyres [Re: dan0h]
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http://ssl.delti.com/cgi-bin/rshop.pl?add_to_cart=Ordern&cart_id=61237367.110.4476&4|R-157985|32.30|Debica+Passio+2+165%2F70+R14+81T|226=1&ranzahl=4&dsco=110
£129, then £10 each tyre to fit £169, National tyres still works out cheaper


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#580421 - 11th Sep 2011 5:47pm Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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If you want fitted price try BlackCircles CLICKY , National tyres are usually the fitters (or at least were), the Continentals work out £112 fitted for the pair - there are cheaper tyres as well.

Personally I get part worns from Tyre Brigade on Beaufort Road, Birkenhead - £20 a tyre balanced and fitted, usually plenty of choice.
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#580445 - 11th Sep 2011 6:47pm Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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Doh, my bad, I thought that was a pair. Sorry!
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#580533 - 11th Sep 2011 10:01pm Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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Why would you go for part worn or cheap tyres when they are the ONLY thing between you and the road?

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#580561 - 11th Sep 2011 10:33pm Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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I'm getting a set of part worn tomorrow coz mine are getting vandalised, what's the point in me buying brand new (again) to find nails in them??!

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#580679 - 12th Sep 2011 10:57am Re: cheap tyres [Re: ]
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Why would you go for part worn or cheap tyres when they are the ONLY thing between you and the road?




Not everyone has the money for new all the time. And to be honest alot is just as good as new. We all don't have it on a plate ye no..

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#580684 - 12th Sep 2011 11:01am Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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Im never going to buy a part worn ever again after listening to the guy at the pirelli garage in chester, these are roughly his words:

These are what keep you and your car safe on the road, if I could put these under an x-ray machine to show you the reason why these are parn worns compaired to a new tyre you would see where I am coming from.

It was then I decided to put a little extra cash towards new ones.
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#580686 - 12th Sep 2011 11:02am Re: cheap tyres [Re: Clive]
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It wasn't suggested that people had it on a plate.

I don't.

But I'll always stretch to some decent tyres simply because if I need to stop as quickly as possible to avoid an accident, that extra few metres could be the difference between stopping and not stopping in time and it'd also annoy me if tyres proved a reason someone managed to crash into me.

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