£20.00 part worn tyres FREE car wash @ Storm Car Wash Gorton Manchester
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£20.00 part worn tyres FREE car wash @ Storm Car Wash Gorton Manchester

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FREE car wash when you purchase tyres from Storm ... Part worn but choose your own , fitted for free and £20 per tyre great bargain
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Worn tyres are bad news. Avoid like the plague.
gluke21

Worn tyres are bad news. Avoid like the plague.



Never a truer word spoken/written - the hidden or unseen faults are too many to list
Edited by: "Pipcola" 7th Jan 2013
gluke21

Worn tyres are bad news. Avoid like the plague.


assuming you're able to take avoiding action!
gluke21

Worn tyres are bad news. Avoid like the plague.


but when you buy a second hand car the tyres are then second hand. I only pay £15 for mine though and have never had any trouble.
2nd hand tyres in Gorton???
Will be a car in next street without them!
Never had any probs from where I get mine.
pat915m

but when you buy a second hand car the tyres are then second hand. I only … but when you buy a second hand car the tyres are then second hand. I only pay £15 for mine though and have never had any trouble.



Brilliant reply. How many people when buying a used car immediately swap the tyres for new ones? Show some common sense. For many people second hand tyres are a practical, economical purchase.
deserves some heat,,,,tyres for me are £100 a peace for the cheapest...
Part worn around £35 just make sure you can see the tyre first...Not like your looking at some uber technical engine..

Had a Michelin run flat fitted yesterday for £30 from a reputable local family owned and run tyre place.
I've used for years...
Only an imbicile would think part worn tyres are trouble........Drive a brand new car off the forecourt and your tyres are used....
Just maybe don't park your car in Gorton, near any garage offering part worn tyres for £20
http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/35532/used-tyre-scandal

billybob007 you make an interesting point, that there are occasions where you feel you may depend on the seller with full trust and confidence.My car is maintained by a garage I know well and trust, suppose you'd say "old school". They get the odd car in to break from other customers they know, may have serviced the vehicle over the years and have often supplied the tyres on the vehicle they're breaking. In that instance I might buy a tyre as a stop gap. But from an unknown source? You have to ask where did the part worn tyre come from? I also fit new good quality tyres to the car (ie the wifes 5 year old car)that does the high speed motoring with my wife and 12 kids on board (we use condoms that have gone out of sell by date :p.) My old run around (16 years old) gets Falken tyres.
Used this carwash before on a Groupon type deal. Did a good job of the mini valet and nice lads - not tried their tyre service yet though.
wow cheap out on tyres, you gonna cheap out on your funeral too cos your gonna need one sooner rather than later
Had my car washed there today, always do a great job but never had tyres off them.
JMD64

http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/35532/used-tyre-scandalbillybob007 … http://www.autoexpress.co.uk/car-news/35532/used-tyre-scandalbillybob007 you make an interesting point, that there are occasions where you feel you may depend on the seller with full trust and confidence.My car is maintained by a garage I know well and trust, suppose you'd say "old school". They get the odd car in to break from other customers they know, may have serviced the vehicle over the years and have often supplied the tyres on the vehicle they're breaking. In that instance I might buy a tyre as a stop gap. But from an unknown source? You have to ask where did the part worn tyre come from? I also fit new good quality tyres to the car (ie the wifes 5 year old car)that does the high speed motoring with my wife and 12 kids on board (we use condoms that have gone out of sell by date :p.) My old run around (16 years old) gets Falken tyres.



Funny thing about that quote is that Falkens are often rated more highly than supposed big brand name tyres, because the big names know that less clued up people will buy for the name alone (i.e. Pirelli P6000s - terrible tyres), so you could actually be putting your family in more danger than yourself. Falken FK452s are fitted by many a 350Z/M3 driver for example.

Plus the point you make about the supplying garage knowing the history/provenance of a tyre as they supplied it doesn't make any sense either - do they follow the owner around to make sure he/she hasnt overinflated it? or kerbed it thus causing a structural weakness? or driven around for weeks on it when it was flat?

Do you also fit all round brake discs and pads to a car that you buy? If not how do you know where said brake material came from?

Lots of scaremongering about part worns, I've often used them and never had one fail. If you're so risk averse as to basically hide from life then by all means only buy new, and take the "new" tax that comes with it, if no one bought new, we wouldn't be able to make the large savings that we do on part worns. :-)
Had my car valeted there. Did a great job. They do branded quality part worns and also budget if you want.
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