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  • TYRE DECISION!!

    WITH ONLY 2MM LEFT ON MY FRONTS, I NEED TO MAKE MY MIND UP IN THE NEXT COUPLE OF DAYS, SO I SHALL LEAVE IT UPTO YOU GUYS TO POINT ME IN THE RIGHT DIRECTION!!!
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    TOYO T1-R AT £327 FITTED FOR 2
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    GOODYEAR EAGLE F1 AT £336 FITTED FOR 2
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    CONTI SPORT CONTACT 3 AT £350 FITTED FOR 2 (ON NOW)
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    NONE OF THESE!! (REPLY WITH THOUGHT)
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  • #2
    I voted Toyos but you didnt have:

    Michelin Pilot Sport 2 @ £410 fitted which I may have chosen.
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    • #3
      Double post!
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      • #4
        Toyo's are a better tyre than the standard Conti's

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        • #5
          Toyos for me but Yokos A510/520 are also good tyre

          Clint

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          • #6
            http://www.vredestein.com/File_Bande...xpress2006.pdf
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            Youtube Channel - HeavenlyDetail

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            • #7
              I voted None, T1-s £487 for 4 fitted!!!

              Check out the post on the Vectra section, I rid of the Conti's in favour of these, they took time to bed but are so good.

              Even is the T1-s is not as good as the r its way better than the Conti. But wear is higher tha nthe Conti

              Only my opinion mate "But the choice is yours".

              Oopps had to edit did my sums wrong

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              • #8
                Go for Michelin Pilot Sport 2!

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                • #9
                  Toyo's for that price - daylight robbery!!!
                  I just got 2 from Ebay for £267 inc postage and they cost all of a tenner to get fitted!

                  As I said though in another post - the major lack of Rim protection on the Toyo's is about the only negative factor I can find with them...

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                  • #10
                    £267 x 2 (4 Tyres) = £534 + £40 (Fitting)

                    Who's the robber now?
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by In a state
                      £267 x 2 (4 Tyres) = £534 + £40 (Fitting)

                      Who's the robber now?
                      Sorry mate - I dont understand your logic with the comment you made

                      I paid £133.50 per tyre delivered and then £10 to get each of them fitted which makes a total of £287 for the pair fitted or if we are talking all 4 thats £574 fitted.

                      Compared to the cost of £327 fitted for 2 of the same tyres that the guy mentions at the top of the post (for 4 that would be £654) I managed to save £40 on two T1-R's compared to what he paid - hence the reason I said the price he was quoted was "daylight robbery".

                      Now quite where your input/point of view comes into this I dont know But you tell me where you can get the same tyre fitted cheaper if you can?

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                      • #12
                        I haven't paid anything for the tyres!!!! this was just a quote that i had from a recommended source on this site!! at the end of the day i could probably get all of the tyres alot cheaper if i wanted to shop around for hours!! but i need them now!! the poll only expresses the prices from most expensive to the cheapest

                        i have been shopping round now for about 4 hours in total on the computer and i can't beat these prices!! maybe i would save abit if i bought the tyres and then had them fitted somewere??

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                        • #13
                          Sorry Jon

                          Thought your reply was to Sparky.

                          My bad...

                          JB
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                          • #14
                            I use Kumho winter tires which are pretty good even though they are the cheapest I could find.
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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by In a state
                              Sorry Jon

                              Thought your reply was to Sparky.

                              My bad...

                              JB
                              No worries mate - I did ponder getting the T1-S like Sparky - was offered them at £11o each but with the rave reviews on the T1-R's I decided to give them a go! Mind you if you dont mind Uniroyal Rainsports you can get those brand new on Ebay for as little as £99 per corner!

                              Toyo T1-S On Ebay - £110 each with FREE courier...

                              http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/235-35-19-TOYO...QQcmdZViewItem

                              Uniroyal Rainsports...

                              http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/New-235-35-19-...QQcmdZViewItem

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