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    Default 235/35/19 BCT Autoguard S800 tyres any good??

    Looking to buy some tyres for my snowflakes,but cant afford good brand tyres so found on ebay them : http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/235-35-19-...item232019414b
    Is it any one got to say about them ???

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    I wouldn't touch em after reading this.

    http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Article...aking-Test.htm

    surely you can find better within your budget. Good luck.

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    They have the same pattern as the Federal Super Steel 595's and they are ridiculously noisy (the same on two different cars).

    I would recommend the Altenzo Sports Comforters, they are £55 and I have them and are grippy and quiet (which is a big factor with snowie tyres).

    http://www.tyretraders.com/tyresearc...l&tyreType=All

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    what are the quiestest tyre you can get for snowies?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angel1368 View Post
    what are the quiestest tyre you can get for snowies?
    Previous Vectra had Toyo T1R's and were very quiet indeed, but the Altenzo's are a good match too

    What have you got?

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    ill check when the wifes back but mine do seem alot quieter than my black vec, god knows what was on that either lol

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    I've heard some that just drone for England, its a minefield getting decent 19" tyres that are quiet too.

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    Just had a pair of jinyu tyres put on mine, cheap and quiet, good wet grip compared to some, mine are 17" though. I know people will slate em but good for the money £105 all inc the pair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian-Highlander View Post
    Neuton NT5000's from Neo Brothers work out about £422 for a set of four (delivered). Got a set arriving tomorrow from them myself (my second set of them).
    Thats what I use too and love them.

    Also worth going a bit wider up to 245/35/19 for a bit of rim protection and a slightly taller sidewall for a bit more comfort.

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