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    If you look at the questions and answers most are being answered by independent tyre sellers, think they are fulfilling the orders possibly, just don’t see amazon stocking tyres.

    I was going to order two but I’m just not so sure, 50% off! What gives? As they say, when it looks too good to be true.........

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    Has anyone had these delivered yet?

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    If you look at the other tyres listed they are over £200. So what does the asterisk mean?
    As the Pilot Sport 4 replace the Pilot super sport, are they clearing out the old stock ?

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    Well they don't take the money until its despatched, so a no brainer..

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    Quote Originally Posted by englishrick View Post
    Well they don't take the money until its despatched, so a no brainer..
    Imagine they get dispatched within 24 hours though?

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    Quote Originally Posted by reigatedan View Post
    Imagine they get dispatched within 24 hours though?
    Well you end up with some top end tyres cheap...

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    Quote Originally Posted by englishrick View Post
    Well you end up with some top end tyres cheap...
    But why so cheap? Nearly every other variant is close on £100 more!

    I think sometimes tyres that have very small imperfections can be sold as new but discounted, you have to be informed but I’m just curious what the * means?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cossers View Post
    But why so cheap? Nearly every other variant is close on £100 more!

    I think sometimes tyres that have very small imperfections can be sold as new but discounted, you have to be informed but I’m just curious what the * means?
    No conspiracy explained below, and also Michelin aren't going to sell you imperfections and remember the MPSS is heading for 7yrs old and has been left behind by newer rubber the PS4 and more so the PS4s these days.

    Specific Markings Car Makers / Vehicles K1, K2 Specific marking for FERRARI vehicles

    C1 Specific marking for the CHRYSLER Viper
    N0, N1, N2, N… Specific marking for PORSCHE vehicles (+Volkswagen Touareg)
    * (BMW M) Specific marking for BMW M vehicles (M3, Z4M, M5, M6…)
    MO1 Specific marking for Mercedes-AMG vehicles
    RO1 Specific marking for AUDI QUATTRO GmbH vehicles (RS6, RS4, TT 19"…)
    * Specific marking for BMW and MINI vehicles
    MO Specific marking for MERCEDES vehicles
    AO Specific marking for AUDI vehicles
    VO Specific marking for VOLKSWAGEN vehicles (Touareg)
    G1 Specific marking for various car manufacturers (Renault, Mercedes…)
    A Specific marking for TOYOTA (Auris)
    Other Sidewall Markings Technical information related to the tyre category XL or Extra Load Tyres designed for loads and inflation pressures higher than the standard version. ZP

    Astra

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    Quote Originally Posted by IanJ View Post
    No conspiracy explained below, and also Michelin aren't going to sell you imperfections and remember the MPSS is heading for 7yrs old and has been left behind by newer rubber the PS4 and more so the PS4s these days.

    Specific Markings Car Makers / Vehicles K1, K2 Specific marking for FERRARI vehicles

    C1 Specific marking for the CHRYSLER Viper
    N0, N1, N2, N… Specific marking for PORSCHE vehicles (+Volkswagen Touareg)
    * (BMW M) Specific marking for BMW M vehicles (M3, Z4M, M5, M6…)
    MO1 Specific marking for Mercedes-AMG vehicles
    RO1 Specific marking for AUDI QUATTRO GmbH vehicles (RS6, RS4, TT 19"…)
    * Specific marking for BMW and MINI vehicles
    MO Specific marking for MERCEDES vehicles
    AO Specific marking for AUDI vehicles
    VO Specific marking for VOLKSWAGEN vehicles (Touareg)
    G1 Specific marking for various car manufacturers (Renault, Mercedes…)
    A Specific marking for TOYOTA (Auris)
    Other Sidewall Markings Technical information related to the tyre category XL or Extra Load Tyres designed for loads and inflation pressures higher than the standard version. ZP

    Thanks for that info :-) think I’ll get a set myself now

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    Default Right enough of MICHELIN I’ve just found this

    Toyo tyres £120 a corner
    Michelin £200/£220 a corner

    Check the stats out ..are people paying for the brand ??






    What’s people’s thoughts I think I’m gonna go toyo route

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