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    Just wondering if anyone can reccomend some tyres for me. Looking for the best tyres but wanting to spend as little as possible.

    Ive found these, just after peoples thoughts on them. Ive heard Falken Tyres are pretty good?
    http://www.camskill.co.uk/products.p...=m4b0s336p6229

    Currently have Vreidsteins on but they are getting towards the limit. Have about another 1000-1500 miles left on them.

    Any advice appriciated

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    Hi matt are you sure its not theese

    http://www.camskill.co.uk/products.p...d=m4b0s24p6228

    235 not 245

    i have the above and find the great

    lee

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    Quote Originally Posted by VectraMat View Post
    Just wondering if anyone can reccomend some tyres for me. Looking for the best tyres but wanting to spend as little as possible.

    Ive found these, just after peoples thoughts on them. Ive heard Falken Tyres are pretty good?
    http://www.camskill.co.uk/products.p...=m4b0s336p6229

    Currently have Vreidsteins on but they are getting towards the limit. Have about another 1000-1500 miles left on them.

    Any advice appriciated

    Cheers
    Matt
    I had Falken F452's on my last car (MG ZT-T) I was impressed with them. Used to get about 18,000 miles on the front and about 23,000 on the rears. It was heavy on tyres!! They were 225/45-18ZR so about £103 each. More common sizes were cheaper. I'd have them again

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    i use F452's on my vec. i use 225/35/19's.

    have had no problems with them, excellent tyre inthe wet and dry. ill continue usin them.
    I get mine from camskill, and have them fitted at a local tyre place. cheapest way ive found.

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    I have recently had 4 x Kumho ku31 235 35 19 Tyres fitted for £340 and I can honesty say they are really good, there nice and quiet loads of grip in wet and dry and for the price I can't complain

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    Cheers for all the advice guys, oh and the link ive posted up was wrong, the one Lee has put up is correct (cheers mate).

    I think ill give these Falkens a try then, if they are no good then ill change them since they arent too expensive.

    Thanks again for the advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gregc View Post
    I have recently had 4 x Kumho ku31 235 35 19 Tyres fitted for £340 and I can honesty say they are really good, there nice and quiet loads of grip in wet and dry and for the price I can't complain
    Wait til you get them half worn mate, mine are sooo loud now. As you say they're quiet when new but mine are doing my head in and will be coming off very soon.

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    I have just put a full set of 235 35 ZR19" AVON ZZ3's on mine, done about 1500 miles on them so far and they are very good in the wet. Better than I expected.

    I paid £395 for all 4 delivered inc VAT from a dealer on ebay would you beleive! I got them fitted when the wheels were re-ferbed.

    I bought them at 11am, and they were delivered before 11am the next day!

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    I've got the 452s on the front. Seem fine, nothing to report so they must be good. Only thing is they don't seem to have as good a rim protector as the standard fit Contis but the 19s are so easy to kerb I don't think it would make too much difference anyway.

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