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    Hi, Can Anyone suggest any tyres more suitable than the standard fit 215/55/16 Bridgestone, they seem to make the car noisy, i have the Dreaded nightmare tailgate rattle too. at 50k i am ready for a new set

    Any info Gratefully recieved.....

    1.9 CDTI 120 2005

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    Hi m8 try these Goodyear F1 on your car they are highly rated
    http://www.camskill.co.uk/products.php?plid=m4b0s292p0

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    Hi Colin,

    Thanks for the swift Reply the prices on the page look good too

    Tony

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    Tried the Goodyear F1's and they were great. After looking at a Which Report, I tried the Pirelli P7's (on a 3.2 GSI). Result, Quieter, Last Longer, Amazing Grip (as good or better then Goodyears) and cheaper. Say no more...

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    Thanks for that mate,

    Just off to check the prices and grab a coin to flip

    Tony.

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    yea colin thanks ive just looked for my size to good man

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    I normally use falken or nankang, always have done and i wouldnt change it. the only reason ive got poor fullrun on my wheels at the moment is because they came with the wheels when i got them.

    Just got a new pair of nankang NSII 225/40/18 for £107.50

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    I have Michelin Pilot Primacy on mine which are an excellent tyre in my opinion,very little road noise and they should last a bit longer for the price anyway.

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