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£20.00 off set of 4 tyres at Oponeo.co.uk when you pay with PayPal

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Just got £20 off 4 new tyres for paying with PayPal! Bought 4 new Uniroyal Rainsport 3's for £132! Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
CalumB Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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Asda tyres... always has been cheaper for me.
too much hassle for few quid...
lisa4rob09
This doesn't include fitting though. I am currently looking for some new tyres. Even with £20 off, there not much cheaper than other places that includes fitting in the price.

they seem a bit cheaper to me and the £20 will cover fitting if you shop about and don't use places like Kwik Fit
This doesn't include fitting though. I am currently looking for some new tyres. Even with £20 off, there not much cheaper than other places that includes fitting in the price.
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Uniroyal Rainsport 3 205/55 R16 only £41.00 delivered!!! @ Openeo

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I don't think I need to explained it more. Well known tyres, I have got a pair myself. Well recommend. Tyre size:205/55 R16 Speed index:V = max 149 mph Load index:91 = max 615 kg Season:SummerTy…
bizinSK Avatar5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago36 Comments
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urban_i
If my current tyres are 225 / 55R / 16 95V, do you know if I can put these tyres which i guess are narrower (205).
I had a google some people say it affects the speedo etc etc?
The width won't make any difference to the speedo but I'm not sure why you'd want narrower tyres though. They may not suit the rims size wise.
actually it does. not by much but it does.
i moved from 195/55/16 to 205/55/16 and checked speed on GPS and for the same clock speed I've got 1-2 mph faster gps speedhttps://tiresize.com/speedometer-calibration/
195 is the tyre width. It will not affect the speed of the car, indicated or otherwise.
Yes it will!
Anyone else here got a degree in Motorsport engineering?
What's that supposed to mean?
Your information is incorrect so disappointing if you do have a degree in ME!
Tyre profile is a ratio of width so any change will affect the rolling radius.

As others have said, and I will try to summarise, changing tyre width in isolation would not affect the speedometer.
HOWEVER, in the context of the question that was asked here - i.e. going from 225/55 to 205/55, this *WOULD* affect the speedometer. This is because the height of the tyre is given as a proportion of the width. So to get the closest similar height to a 225/55 tyre, you would have to go to 205/60.
Unfortunately my Masters of Engineering wasn't Motorsport specific, but I hope this helps nonetheless ;-)
my local garage does that size for £35 balanced and fitted. new budget brand
Best all-round tyre around!!! Would highly recommend these, and they are a MASSIVE upgrade from my previous Goodyear Eagle F1s (which are only good if you enjoy crashing).

Edited By: sdutton007 on Jun 19, 2016 17:38
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jumpinoffthbed
Are the euro ratings on tyres actually accurate? I've found a budget price tyre with C A 71 which is up there with tyres twice the price.
Is that C for grip and A for Economy? If so that does make sense as less grip = less resistance = less fuel
Budget tyres generally score well on Fuel economy.

No it's c for fuel economy and a for wet grip
jumpinoffthbed
Are the euro ratings on tyres actually accurate? I've found a budget price tyre with C A 71 which is up there with tyres twice the price.

Is that C for grip and A for Economy? If so that does make sense as less grip = less resistance = less fuel

Budget tyres generally score well on Fuel economy.
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Nokian zLine 205/50/16 87W £64.00 delivered @ oponeo.co.uk

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Excellent tyres with very good reviews, I've had those before and couldn't fault them. Beats more expensive Bridgestone RE050A and Toyo T1R I tried on the same car hands down, especially on wet. Fo…
BenderRodriguez Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago17 Comments
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quakerphil
No, they are only allowed to sell/fit their own in sets of 4, plus a full set of dampers & brakes all round?
Nonsense, all my local garages will fit them, £10 per wheel inc. valve and balancing.
that was about kwik fit, won't touch anything they don't sell - and will try and sell you other things too

Branded might be different. I wouldn't touch kwik fit anyway, so no problem. :)
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quakerphil
No, they are only allowed to sell/fit their own in sets of 4, plus a full set of dampers & brakes all round?
Nonsense, all my local garages will fit them, £10 per wheel inc. valve and balancing.
that was about kwik fit, won't touch anything they don't sell - and will try and sell you other things too
james02
Thats good - is it not a struggle getting them to the garage ?
get them delivered to your chosen garage (tell them first :D)
quakerphil
No, they are only allowed to sell/fit their own in sets of 4, plus a full set of dampers & brakes all round?


Nonsense, all my local garages will fit them, £10 per wheel inc. valve and balancing.
Five quid a corner, fitted and balanced at local back street garage. Some wanted 20 quid a corner!
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nexen cp672a tyres 225 55 18 £62.00 del at oponeo

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i was just looking for some rear tyres for my outlander and came across these great price for a half decent brand
the porter Avatar2y, 4m agoFound 2 years, 4 months ago11 Comments
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Now £62
dobis2000
Not sure about others, but I wouldn't trust cheap tyres on a car...

do you honestly think these tyres would be sold on the open market if they werent safe to use, they are nexen tyres they sell 20% of the tyre market you stick to paying £120 a tyre for contis or above ;)
dobis2000
Not sure about others, but I wouldn't trust cheap tyres on a car...


I used to think the same way, but have gradually lowered my standards until I've got 4 non-matching, used, unknown brand Chinese tyres on my commuting car, and only notice the difference when it costs me £60 to replace all 4 instead of the £320 I used to pay.
Not sure about others, but I wouldn't trust cheap tyres on a car...
Sorry I've also used Pirelli and Goodyear and continental.
Continentals were the best tyre but over twice the price.
Really recommend kumho.
You can feel the road (slight negative) but fantastic in the wet bar none!
VFM!
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Maxtrek MAXIMUS M1245/40 R17 95W Tyre £54.00 @ Oponeo

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High Performance. M1 is designed with excellent gripping ability, smooth water channeling and outstanding noise reduction for luxury passenger cars. The tyre carcass is made of two steel cord belts a…
kamania Avatar2y, 5m agoFound 2 years, 5 months ago48 Comments
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Cheers for posting this OP as this website had a different brand of tyre I was looking for at the cheapest price yet. 8)
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mjr600
I bought four Atlas Sport Green tyres a few months ago based on the reviews from Auto Bild, they were £49 each delivered for a 225 45 17 W XL and were half the price of the big European brands. In the last few years on both my cars I've run Conti's, Barums, Marangonis, & Vredesteins, the Atlas Tyres are the best summer tyre I've tried and offer excellent all around performance whilst being almost silent on the motorways. The alternative was to be from Sailun based on some tyre tests from Canada but I put my faith in the tests conducted by Germans using a new 320i estate and a track.

http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Article/2014-Auto-Bild-Top-15-Summer-Tyre-Test.htm

http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Article/2014-Auto-Bild-50-Summer-Tyre-Shootout.htm

Cant find these in 245/40 R17(_;)

Go for the Sailuns, they are almost unknown in the UK but watch the reviews on You Tube and they are considered almost as good as the premium brands for much less money when tested in the US and Canada.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7D3uXe_9xpc

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D6yX_lKnP3U

They are £58 each delivered at the link below, they are also a four season tyre so are excellent for the UK with our hugely variable weather and will provide additional winter and cold weather safety.

http://www.tyres-pneus-online.co.uk/car-tyres/sailun/atrezzo-z4-plus-as/245-45-r17-tl-99-w-xl.html

They would be my choice for your wheels since Atlas don't produce that size.

Edited By: mjr600 on Jun 26, 2014 21:46
Had some 'sunny' or similar Chinese things on my car when I bought it. Good dry handling but noisy. But in the wet........zero grip. It was like driving an Asda shopping trolley.
Got Dunlop Sport Max x4 and they are excellent tyres. I drive really slow and boring and they do seem to be wearing a bit too quickly though.
Put Goodyear F1 asymmetrical on my other car and they are very good.
Steer clear of unknown Chinese stuff where your life is at stake!
"vulcanprojectJun 24, 2014
Sorry, has to be cold. Cheaper here, if by only a little.
http://www.tyreleader.co.uk/car-tyres/maxtrek/maximus-m1/245-40-r17-95w-248561
Tyre Leader is the only site that matters for Tyres (delivered).
You can get Toyo Proxes and Michelin Pilots for only 10 quid more same size there too"

Vulcan, thanks.. I should save over £100 by getting my tyres from here. So £500 rather than £660 from black circles. Yay, no more part worns!
I always think the budget brand called Goodride sounds promising ...
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