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has anyone seen any good deals on winter tyre? I'm after 225.55.17 thanks for your time Read More
johnro Avatar
6m, 5d agoPosted 6 months, 5 days ago
has anyone seen any good deals on winter tyre?

I'm after 225.55.17

thanks for your time
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6m, 5d agoPosted 6 months, 5 days ago
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#1
http://www.oponeo.co.uk great prices. always order from here and have fitted locally.
#2
which ones do you get?
#3
check out Dmack
guy and his team used to work for pirelli
they now make their own
are fine my my bm 325
http://www.dmacktyres.com/wintersafe
http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyre/Dmack/WinterSafe.htm

consider some wet uniroyal rainsport 3 or all season though to be totally honest here unless live up north
#4
I just got 4x 225/50/17 Crossclimate all seasons fitted for £520 with STS
#5
WasStoNed
I just got 4x 225/50/17 Crossclimate all seasons fitted for £520 with STS

I got CrossClimate too - cba to change winter/summer and little storage to do so. £284 for 4x 205/55/16 at Costco - highly recommend.
#6
+1 for oponeo. camskill have very competitive prices and Amazon often chuck out some crazy prices too
#7
Been driving over 30 years in this country, never felt the need for "Winter" tyres at all. Still, nowt stranger than folk.
#8
why not use chains instead they seem very expensive I just buy used tires they would be between 15 to 20 pounds per tire wether summer or winter they don't really care usually winter ones have thicker threads around 6mm but they do wear out quicker in my opinion
#9
muddassarsardar
why not use chains instead they seem very expensive I just buy used tires they would be between 15 to 20 pounds per tire wether summer or winter they don't really care usually winter ones have thicker threads around 6mm but they do wear out quicker in my opinion

Chains are only for snow, driven on exposed roads they will just break and/or cause damage to the road.

Winter tyres are for slush, standing water, snow, frost, black ice etc.
#10
artnada
Been driving over 30 years in this country, never felt the need for "Winter" tyres at all. Still, nowt stranger than folk.

Right! The only thing is when some people buy cars that are "sports" models or actually sporty cars they come with low profile tyres, often a compound that is good for swift acceleration in drier, warmer conditions.

Those sort of set ups often find an improvement in the dedicated, "winter" tyres in inclement conditions.

Edited By: groenleader on Oct 22, 2016 12:58
#11
artnada
Been driving over 30 years in this country, never felt the need for "Winter" tyres at all. Still, nowt stranger than folk.

I also have been driving for 30 years and until a few years ago I would if agreed with you but now I live high up in a remote area and you need either a 4 x 4 or winter tyres or you are in trouble.
Try camskills, Costco, black circle, Amazon, tyre leader, my tyres I am sure there is a few more sites. If you are going to change them every year I suggest buying 4 rims and just change the whole wheel over , that's what I do.
#12
hutchir9
artnada
Been driving over 30 years in this country, never felt the need for "Winter" tyres at all. Still, nowt stranger than folk.

I also have been driving for 30 years and until a few years ago I would if agreed with you but now I live high up in a remote area and you need either a 4 x 4 or winter tyres or you are in trouble.
Try camskills, Costco, black circle, Amazon, tyre leader, my tyres I am sure there is a few more sites. If you are going to change them every year I suggest buying 4 rims and just change the whole wheel over , that's what I do.


yeah. im doing the same for the last 10 years

just need to get me 4 tyres now

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