Tyres

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  1. rob kinnear

    rob kinnear Read Only Funster

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    Hi funsters I am about to put new tyres on my van has anyone any experience with either goodride (£75) or marshals(£85). I have been quoted for both

    Thanks
    Rob
     
  2. gozomike

    gozomike Funster Life Member Life Member

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    Hi


    I have goodride on my Hi-Lux, the grip in the wet is about zero.:Blush: I know the roads out here (Gozo, Malta) are not the best but it is a good job they are usually dry. I am going to have to change mine again soon and will be looking at other makes.:Angry:


    Mike
     
  3. nomadic

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    Hi rob,

    My I suggest you look at "Bridgstone" we had a full set (7) fitted, balanced and the old ones disposed of, for less than £75.00 each, about September last year.
     
  4. bobandjanie

    bobandjanie Funster Life Member

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    Hi Rob try using this site you can have them fitted locally or just delivered or done at home

    http://www.blackcircles.com/

    you may need to ring them for van tyres
     
  6. rikfos

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    try continental vanco they have a much stopping distance than michelin
     
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    When we had the EuroMH they were fitted with the Continental Vanco as far as i am concerned a very good tyre:thumb:
     
  8. david and ann

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    Hi Rob
    I fitted Hancook 2 years ago and they are fine. Little noisier but not much. Certainly less cost than original Michaelin.
    David:thumb:
     
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