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    Just a quick one on tyres. It will either be 18" or 19" can anyone suggest a resonable priced make of tyre? Has good life time and noise reduction?

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    toyo proxi t1r all day long if you want a decent tyre and cost aswell,
    try the link below as the toyo`s cost £493 for 4 inc vat & delivery

    http://www.tyretraders.com/

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    I'd reccomend the toyo's as well.

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    if you're thinking 18", then i'd say goodyear eagle f1's or the new hydragrip.. both are extremely good tyres.....got a pair of 225/45 ZR 18's for £190..

    I'm now on conti sport contact 2's and the eagles are far better....

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    So without the Eagles, you're taking it easy?

    I have the Eagles, so it's life in the fast lane.

    One for the older members there....

    Btw, I think the Eagle F1's are the best tyres around at the moment. Now I need to get four for a certain Punto!!

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    The F1's are great tyres but they're fairly soft so don't expect great mileage from the fronts

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    I've just put a set of Eagle F1 GSD3's on.

    They are the ones made in China, the best ones to have come from Germany and according to a post on Pistonheads, there are some dodgy imports from the US and Thailand, neither of which are suitable for UK use as they are not E marked and haven't been tested for UK/European use.

    They do, however, stick like **** to a blanket

    I only have a set of 16" club/sxi wheels but a set of four delivered inclusive of vat was £230.

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    I'll take issue with the wear comment!!

    20000 miles and still had 3-4 mm before the wear indicators. Only replaced due to a kamikaze nail!!

    They have been rotated though.

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    mytyres.com.
    £130 ish for 235/35/19's delivered to you're door

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosssri View Post
    mytyres.com.
    £130 ish for 235/35/19's delivered to you're door
    http://mytyres.co.uk

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