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    the time has cometh to change all 4 tyres on the veccy

    can any1 point me in right direction for the cheapest tyres,they are VECTRA GSI ALLOYS 215/50/R17 or 215/55/r17 not sure atm just having breaky

    i only do local small mileage no motorway miles hardly so just need decent cheap ones that fit
    ta!!!!!!!!

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    blackcircles do some pretty good deals, but don't ignore the likes of kwik fit or formula1, they often do some pretty good deals

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    kwik fit were the most expensive when i went to get new rubber if you want real cheapest ebay them and get a mobile tyre fitter to fit them i got 4 toyo t1s 19" for my subaru £100 each off ebay an £40 to fit them mobile tyre fitter

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    Quote Originally Posted by lgtuk View Post
    kwik fit were the most expensive when i went to get new rubber if you want real cheapest ebay them and get a mobile tyre fitter to fit them i got 4 toyo t1s 19" for my subaru £100 each off ebay an £40 to fit them mobile tyre fitter
    Oooh, not bad price for the Toyos! Was it a shop seller or private?

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    Get 225/45/17 as they are a VX approved size that go straight on with no speedo change worries and are a cheaper size than 215/50/17 with more choice.
    Now I need a turbo to keep up!

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    i have just had 2 part worn tyres put on the front but they still have just short of 6mm of tread left they are goodyear exellence 235/45 17 and i also have the gsi alloys, getting the same put on the back next week, the fella is keepin hold of the others till payday lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick_s View Post
    blackcircles do some pretty good deals,
    I've yet to get a decent quote from blackcirles. Up until now they've always been dearer than other places I've tried online.

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    Try http://www.camskill.co.uk/ I've bought a few sets of tyres in the past, can't fault the service or price. You will have to pay to get them fitted though.

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    local place rd tyres sorted me out with some 225/45's goodyear F1'sfor a £100 a corner

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    I find camskill and mytyres.co.uk are the best place to do some reasearch but if you have a figure to spend on a set in mind then I am sure we can help find the best possible tyre for your money from ultra budget to branded all sectors have good and bad in them

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