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    Question Pirelli P6000

    Are these any good? Told a m8 of mine that im planning to do a little drive down eastern europe soon and he bought me a set as a present.

    Im not a crazy driver with the hard corners and everything, i more prefer to enjoy the ride.

    What Im trying to find out though is what are these tyres like in the Dry/Wet/Snow so any info on this whatsoever would be very helpful so I know if i should put these on or not.

    Cheers.

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    I don,t know anything about the tyres. But I do know you have better mates than me.

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    lol, got him a job + he didnt get me anything for xmas so he had to do something

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    If they were a prezzie mate i'd use them as you won't get any cheaper than that.
    personally i don't rate them tbh, in any weather.

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    I work for Pirelli so whats the details on the tyre wall, I might be able to help you.

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    215/55/R16 W
    one of the stickers had

    PI21555W16S6TH

    Thanks in advance for your input m8.

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    P6000 was a good tyre. In 1996. Now not so much.

    Some of them can be very, very old, so check the date of manufacture carefully and avoid any over 4 years old.

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    Quote Originally Posted by _ZS_ View Post
    P6000 was a good tyre. In 1996. Now not so much.

    Some of them can be very, very old, so check the date of manufacture carefully and avoid any over 4 years old.
    We check all tyres before they leave the warehouse so no tyres leave are that old. The only way to get an older tyre is if the garage has it in stock.

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    pirelli PZERO rosso are damn fine tyres and a set of 4 19'' will cost about £1200.00 fitted.........

    just sold 2 part worn on ebay for £70.00 and they had 5mm tread on them, very highly rated tyre in the tyre fitting world i believe
    Midlands Mod Shop - NFFC.

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