i have been using chinese tyres on my m,bikes for years . find them excellant . have had slvakia ones on the truck found them good as well . will see how these go . but so far a nice smooth ride .Never expected to see "Chinese" and "quality" in a sentence about vehicle tyres..........
how about £310 for 4 already on brand new ducato rims?Want 215/70r 15 cp looking for 4
Fair enough Call me old fashioned but they aren't for us......its no compromise . i found chen shin had better grip than dunlops my 1500cc drifter had on . my little dax as just had new chinese tyres fitted as replacements for the original chinese tyres after 8000mls
its no compromise . i found chen shin had better grip than dunlops my 1500cc drifter had on . my little dax as just had new chinese tyres fitted as replacements for the original chinese tyres after 8000mls .
buy a new bmw m,bike it might come with chinese tyres the bike would have been made in china .
even in the 70,s i always liked the jap tyres i had on m,bikes . used to buy the ones others had took off from new i got them cheap as well.
at one time i worked for michelin so i am conversant on tyres .
chinese products are great you just have to buy the right ones .
if these play up dont worry i,ll let you know .
my ex brother-in-law was a director of one of the biggest component suppliers to the automotive industry worldwide. the factories that make the parts are in various places including china. only the box, barcode and printing changes between manufacturers.you may be surprised just how many parts are made in china . i was buying car parts made in china 30 yrs ago . lots of the european vehicles are only assembled chinese parts built in germany etc . have a look here you may recognise badge engineering on many .https://www.google.co.uk/search?q=lifan cars&biw=1280&bih=671&tbm=isch&tbo=u&source=univ&sa=X&ei=3JccVOrgA5fhasO1gNAD&sqi=2&v