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michelin pilot sport 4 225/40/18 x 4 £343.80 including shipping + £75 cashback @ Camskill
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Best price I have seen on these for awhile - works out at £343.80 including shipping plus you get £75 instant cashback so total is 268.80 for 4 of the best tyres money can but
MOJOoo7

It maybe can take it for the Speedo tolerance, but the ride will be much harsher with 11mm less sidewall. Use a sat nav to see what speed the Speedo in the car is doing at 70mph when u get the chance. My car currently read 72mph on the Speedo for the GPS to read 70mph. So its 2mph off. The calculator says my Speedo should read 70 and actual speed is 69. Well I know at 70 its actually 68 on the GPS. So for me going to bigger size of 205/60/15, the calculator says +3% (+3mph) therefore my Speedo at 70mph will be 73mph actual. Under normal circumstance this is a little too much, but I already know at my current size it's already -1mph. So it should read 72mph actual at Speedo 70mph and that is within the tolerance.

razzele

You can if you want it just means you will have a lower profile tyre that's all

MOJOoo7

U want to know if your car came with that profile originally, this is important for changing tyre size for Speedo tolerance. Tyre size calculate Here too If your car did came with it originally then going 225/40/18 isn't viable.

afaruque74

Can I use 225/40/18 for 225/45/18 as I didn't know I could use different sizes. As 225/40/18 is lot cheaper for my bmw. Thanks in advance.

MOJOoo7

While mid range tyres may not perform to the standard of the best, they are reasonably good enough for most. They are considerably cheaper too of course, the likes of falken/uniroyal and others. So if money was no object then get the best.

Michelin Tyres - Instant Cashback Promotion - Up to £75 auto cashback @ CamSkill Performance
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Camskill have a promotion on some Michelin tyres. All depends on the type and size. Up to £75 auto cash back if you buy four tyres. Up to £30 cash back on two tyres. Promotion ends… Read more
Damanc

Ordered on a similar deal. Gone to claim and they have altered the info page: https://www.asdatyres.co.uk/promotions/michelinvisa to show only £20 for 2 tyres - ****ers! Nowt online to show otherwise, how did you get on with your claim?

giftedhuman

I used their 30% off, plus £25 off 2 tyres and got 2 michelin primacy 4 for £114. Then I went to bush tyres for alignment. It was way off.

leeeastham

Your problem is that you used ATS. I took my old X5 in to them and they spent 4 hours trying to get mine done. They then showed me it was all aligned and off I went. Wheel was off center and kept pulling. Took it back next day for them to tell me the rear adjusters were rounded off and they couldn't do anything more. £2.5k worth of repairs needed to do it. Not all ATS will be this bad but I know others that have had similar experiences since. Now I use Costco or Camskill and my local trusted garage. Looking at that wear your camber is out or your suspension is sitting much lower than manufacturer spec. Have you been to an independent to have it confirmed as in alignment? I run PS4s on a C250 estate that does mostly motorway miles but does get driven pretty hard the rest of the time. I'm changing at around 10-13k so more than once a year on the rear. They are worth it though as Costco works out to £170 a pair and they grip so well.

monkeyhanger75

If you go places like Costco, they get through so many tyres, you'll never have a set older than 3 or 4 months since manufacture. I suspect ATS have a huge stock turnover rate too. Those tyres don't start spontaneously disintegrating at 12 months old, they're designed to last at least 4 years fitted to a car that's exposed to the elements 24/7 before they start cracking. While in storage prior to fitting, they're not being exposed to UV or extreme temperatures. The fact you did 60k miles on a set confirms that (unless you do 1150 miles every week). Costco has one of these tyre offers for Michelins every 3 or 4 cycles of the 3 week offers. You're more likely to get tyres approaching a year after manufacture on your brand new car - that's where tyre manufacturers dump old stock en-masse. 20-25 k miles out of a set of tyres on the front wheels of a non-performance front wheel drive is typical (12-18k miles for performance models), with 50k miles on the back wheels. 4WD cars generally wear more evenly, with the fronts wearing just a little quicker due to steering. My Golf R (300hp, 4WD Haldex with a FWD bias) was on Michelin PSS for 24k miles before I traded it in and the tyres were barely over half worn (4mm left on the fronts, 4.5mm left on the rears from 7.4mm when new).

sheffield788

You are in luck if you need them, they are on offer now. Check the website, if these are, other models should be as well: hotukdeals.com/deals/4-x-michelin-pilot-sport-4-29864-fitted-up-to-100-off-michelin-tyres-eg-2254018y-for-members-at-costco-3488720

4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 - 225/40 R18 (92Y) £325.40 delivered / £275.40 including £50 instant cashback @ Camskill
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4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 - 225/40 R18 (92Y) £325.40 delivered / £275.40 including £50 instant cashback @ Camskill
£325.40
You can get 4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 tyres 225/40 R18 (92Y) for £275.40 factoring in the £50 April Michelin instant cashback promo debited back to your payment card. If you only… Read more
barriestewart

Just went to order these but saying PS4 in 225/40/18 are no longer in the promotion

tyregeek

"Get them delivered to your house and then have them fitted when the garages are open again" - Good point Cheeter - Currently nearly all the tyre factories in Europe and North America are closed due to Covid-19 so there are going to be big shortages of tyres in the near future especially from European manufacturers like Michelin....

Nate187

Cold for me. My bmw has 225's front, 255's rear but the rears arent included in the offer. Fitting and balancing is £10 per tyre at most places. Would rather use blackcircles.

lewis.lawson

Always used Camskill for my tyres since 2003.

inoxx

225/55 R17 sadly not included

4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 - 225/40/18 Tyres £328.80 delivered (£278.80 net after CamSkill £50 promo) @ CamSkill Performance
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4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 - 225/40/18 Tyres £328.80 delivered (£278.80 net after CamSkill £50 promo) @ CamSkill Performance
£328.80
Looks a fab price factoring in the Camskill promo. 4 x Michelin Pilot Sport 4 -225/40 R18 tyres works out at £278.80 after £50 back from Camskill via a credit back to payment card.… Read more
DingIs

Oh come on hduk... 8) 8) 8)

jaddy

No probs (y)

Phlop0

Cheers Yoda

Rhythmeister

"Instant Cashback Promo (Uk Residents only Excl NI.)" :/

BadBadtz

I didn't report your replies. Why would I? Nothing you have said bothers me

Uniroyal RainSport 5 - 205/55 R16 £39.55 + £3.95 delivery @ CamSkill Performance
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Uniroyal RainSport 5 - 205/55 R16 £39.55 + £3.95 delivery @ CamSkill Performance
£43.50£64.9933%
With Runflat technology. The new RainSport 5 combines best-in-class wet performance, enhanced mileage, and superior steering control for maximum driving pleasure. The RainSport 5 … Read more
eezageeza

Great tyres. I've got the 18" on my motor and can't fault them for driving in the wet. Replaced my michelins with these. For more confident wet driving.

DominicPTS

I didn't say I never noticed a difference. I said I've not in over 30 years had a situation where a tyre has blown out or a high speed emergency situation where my tyres let me down. If I'd not been able to stop in time in a situation I guess I'd always wonder if different tyres would have stopped me before the impact. If I'd had a blowout I'd be more worried about the scenario. But so far my experience with my choices has been all good. I don't stress when buying tyres, I simply ensure that the wet grip rating is an A or B (and ditto the fuel efficiency rating). I don't stress about the speed/load rating though as whatever I choose will be within the thresholds for my car and my driving.

Inquisitor

Exactly! The system is just flawed to begin with. Dunno if you follow a channel on YouTube (Tyre Review?) they try to bust some myths on tyres which is really eye opening. Summer vs winter tyres, when to transition, back vs fornt only etc. Albeit its sponsored by tyre manufactures so maybe pinch of salt required. Either way, good to watch, definitely in the right direction to make better tyre choices.

Inquisitor

Not to critises your experience but how can you say you never noticed a difference when youve never paid attention to the rating? Nor have you tested it or have had experience in blow outs to warrant it makes any difference? From my experience, some people pop tyres 'not intentionally' but since company/fleet pays for tyres (as its company car), they may actively do not care. As such, limits/testing can be done and you can tell fairly quickly when a tyre is robust and when it is not. (y) In principle, I would say (and agree with you) that safety is in the trigger finger not in the safety switch. Any tyre is safe so long as you know how to drive it well and its limitations/parameters. In reality people (me included) do not know, don't have the time to know, sometimes don't care and especially don't foresee all the consequences. No fault given to anyone, its just being human. I agree overall in what you say but if it's a difference of few £ I wouldn't stress and buy the 'best rated'. You can afford to know less and care less yet still be safer.

MOJOoo7

I don't how they can just test tyres at new and give it a speed rating. Surely they have to test until legal minimum of 1.6mm.

Michelin PS4S Tyres 235/35/19 Extra Load £127.35 @ CamSkill Performance
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Michelin PS4S Tyres 235/35/19 Extra Load £127.35 @ CamSkill Performance
£127.35
I have just came across a striking bulge ooh arh ;) After ringing around the local back street merchants i had costs of between £150-165 per tyre fitted. Rang costco and they w… Read more
pc_tech86

Hi there, just wondering where does it mention that PS4S tyres are not included in the cashback?

tonge77

Think the title needs changing as the PS4S are not included on this offer. Cup sport 2 and PS4’s but not PS4S unless you have the direct link to them.

v8griff

My fronts, on a MK3 RS Focus have lasted 30K miles. Pretty happy with that TBH.

v8griff

To get the cashback you need to see this: Qualifying tyres must also carry the promotional text displayed on the product eg. ** Instant Cashback Promo (UK Residents only Exc NI.) - Buy 2 receive £20 - Buy 4 receive £50 ** Can't see anything for this size of tyre, or am I missing something?

L555BAT

This is exactly the tyre I've been looking to get for my golf. Best price I reckon I've seen so far. Currently have continentals and have done 25k on them, There's 2mm tread remaining according to Decembers MOT.

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Michelin Tyres up to £50 Instant Cashback  @ Camskill
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Michelin Tyres up to £50 Instant Cashback @ Camskill
Between Sept 27th and Oct 31st inclusive (the promotional period), we are offering our customers a unique promotion to receive up to £50 Instant Cashback on all qualifying orders. … Read more
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giboning

Couldn't find anything cheaper for 225/45/R17. Maybe £5-10 cheaper at Costco, but i'm not a member

winchman

Yes, they look good, I put a deal up for those tyres a few weeks ago, although not that size. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/vredestein-quatrac-pro-buy-4-get-free-google-or-alexa-speaker-3298655

acc

Getting UHP all season tyres a right pain. I needed 235 35 R19's x4. Opted for Vredestein Quatrac Pro. There's a promo on at Camskill with prepaid mastercard on purchase of certain qty and size tyres. Worked out £85 each for highly rated all season tyres at my size. I've had them on and can confirm very good tyres in rain and dry. Can't comment on wear and snow performance, but Vredestein wear well based on reviews.

winchman

It's real potluck on tyre size as to whether it's cheaper...

giboning

Ordered myself 2 for...January :) I still have 3mm thread, but 2 tyres this model at £170 it's a great price.

Upto £50 instant Cashback on Michelin tyres with Camskill.co.uk when buying 2 or more
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Upto £50 instant Cashback on Michelin tyres with Camskill.co.uk when buying 2 or more
Just bought 4 tyres for the wifes car from camskill.co.uk and didnt even realise I qualified until I got the refund notification. Thought id share
VDisillusioned

£50 cashback is for 4 tyres 18" rims and above. For 17" it's £25. They want £134.15 each delivered for my preferred tyre. Blackcircles are quoting me £110.63 for fitted. I've used Camskill before, and had good service, but for my chosen tyres they are way off on price.

gabesdad

I’ve got 4 being fitted at Kwik Fit now, and apart from 10% off, will receive an Amazon Echo Show 5 by online redemption too. Pretty good offer for once.

Vredestein Quatrac Pro buy 4 get free Google or Alexa speaker - £254.60 for 4 225/40/18 tyres at camskill
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Vredestein Quatrac Pro buy 4 get free Google or Alexa speaker - £254.60 for 4 225/40/18 tyres at camskill
£254.60
Recently released all season tyre. Currently £254.60 for 4 225/40/18 tyres(£63.65 a tyre) https://www.camskill.co.uk/info/2019-07-allseason-speaker-promotion.php https://promo… Read more
I_Mu

THanks. Do you think this tyres will wear quickly in summer ?

winchman

Anything is possible!! Hopefully that's done it..

I_Mu

Valve has been changed it looks like it was that even though they changed it with a new one in the first place

I_Mu

I don't feel that at all actually... So I'm really worried that it could be a fault or puncture. Either case they won't refund me because they actually test this ones before sending it out

winchman

I would have thought if there was a gap you would feel vibration from an imbalance as you drive along.

Aoteli P607 Tyres - £31.95 @ CamSkill Performance
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Aoteli P607 Tyres - £31.95 @ CamSkill Performance
£31.95£32.502%
I was looking for some mid range tyres for my car, came across these on offer at camskill.co.uk. They get some decent reviews. Seems like a decent deal so I've ordered two.
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rendeverance

There are a number of places you can look for references, however this is not the case https://www.regtransfers.co.uk/content/common-causes-for-road-accidents-in-britain/ Most accidents are caused by idiots who forget they are in charge of a heavy piece of metal on roads with other users that can kill pèople, and act unaware to the fact that those other people even exist on said roads. While speed is a contributing factor and it makes the top ten, I would assume that that figure is again likely (but I do not GUARENTEE ;) ) halved from the reported, since once one driver is speeding, the guy that doesnt look and pulls out, may then not be found at fault. Either that or the driver whom was speeding, is in the majority of people that do a rubbish job of driving. I am not condoning speeding, but lack of "due care and attention" while driving, or sheer lack of ability to drive (either innate ability or through laziness and or distraction), are the main causes of all accidents -People simply dont pay attention, and there are more people lacking in quality of driving than those that actually put some effort in to do it properly. Then again, if you get a rubbish driver whom then speeds, its even worse. As others have already said, of all the components of cars, tyres and brakes should NEVER be skimped on. Obviously, cheap shocks and that could also effect the ability of the car on the limit, so-to-speak, but tyres is much more important for ANY driver, even if they drive "Miss Daisy". I would be interested to find out statistics on what tyres people were using vs accidents, especially for the "too fast for the conditions" catagory, where people have not been speeding, but still punted it. People always assume speeding is the main issue, but its just easier to witness and demonify, it is undoubtably AN issue, but cars have improved substantially since stopping distances etc were measured with a Ford Anglia FFS, yet the statistics, limits or laws have changed litte, despite speed limits being reduced all over, and obviously the extreme levels of enforcement compared to yester-year. Truth is, there is NO speed limit that would function for all conditions, it is a catch-all definitive limit thats almost arbiterially chosen for MOST roads. It is GUIDENCE, since the safe speed LIMIT (from a safety perspective) changes every day; n some, its far less than the LEGAL limit, and on others, and on some roads, its higher - but then one risks prosecution. Better education would be a better bet, for actually reducing numbers and severity of accidents, as would be pulling people for poor driving or attention, as opposed to sitting there waiting on tax payers money for someone to break the 10% +-2mph rule, and having targets to boot. What is safe or unsafe, is less important than hitting targets, apparently. The main reason deaths have reduced, is the cars and safety systems themselves, rather than people driving them - I would suggest as the leading cause of ALL accidents (the human factor :D ), could do with a bit of much needed attention. Rant over, just fed up with reading every post on tyres or whatever else for people to blame everything on speeding - do you think they have actually driven every road and made a statistical analysis of the SAFE spped for that road? Or is it more likely that they have reduced it either BECAUSE of accidents, or more often, because they can or because they want to stick a camera on it?

autolesbona

Not a great deal at all. I bought one that looks like this from my local market for £10. Cold.

Curlyman83

Absolutely agree, which is why I said “generally”. I guarantee though that the vast majority of accidents are caused by excessive speed. If we all were a little more cautious, the number of road deaths would be reduced dramatically.

Minstadave

You can never mitigate for morons on the road though, I'd rather be able to stop as quick as possible.

Rhythmeister

True, stick to Michelin Pilot Sports and not Accelera, Tigar, BCT or some dangerous budget muck if you want to explore the grip limits of your car safely 8)

Uniroyal RainSport 3 Tyres - 255/35 R19 - £99.30 @ CamSkill Performance
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Uniroyal RainSport 3 Tyres - 255/35 R19 - £99.30 @ CamSkill Performance
£99.30£117.3015%
The Uniroyal RainSport 3 is an asymmetric tyre that has been designed with Uniroyal's 'Shark Skin Technology' to greatly enhance the tyre's performance in wet conditions. Very … Read more
llooggaazz

I’m not the greatest with my tyre knowledge - I know they’re best for wet weather but anyone know what they will be like for this summer? I only drive 10k per year max!

ryansonic

brilliant tyres, had the rainsport 2s twice and now rainsport 3's and all have been superb in the wet, and seeing as it's always wet in this country you want decent tyres for that very use

MrSprkle

Good post OP, not enough posts for the less endowed men. ;)

xp2500

Staggered tyre sizes are very common, so this is not possible for all.

ollie87

I get 8k out of a front set

Uniroyal Rain Sport 3 - 225 40 R18 92Y X, Buy 2+ for Love2shop Giftcard £10 per tyre - £59.35 + P&P from £6.98 @ CamSkill
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Uniroyal Rain Sport 3 - 225 40 R18 92Y X, Buy 2+ for Love2shop Giftcard £10 per tyre - £59.35 + P&P from £6.98 @ CamSkill
£59.35
https://www.camskill.co.uk/m61b0s134p111670/Uniroyal_Tyres_Car_Uniroyal_RainSport3_Uniroyal_Rain_Sport_3_-_225_40_R18_92Y_XL_FR_TL_Fuel_Eff_%3A_C_Wet_Grip%3A_A_NoiseClass%3A_2_Nois… Read more
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chridt

Got my local tyre place to match this deal,got 2 fitted for £140 which probably worked out cheaper......and saved me having to transport the tyres.

ragstaa

The top up has come in.

ragstaa

Anyone had there love2shop card credited yet? Although iirc terms said end of sept.

avfcBBT

Cool thanks, I'll check behind the sticker when I get back!

ragstaa

Between the film and the tyre and stuck with the tyre sticker (y) .

Uniroyal Rain Sport 3 - 225/40 R18 92Y XL - @ Camskill £60.05 +£6.90 delivery for 1 tyre, £7.90 for 2
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Uniroyal Rain Sport 3 - 225/40 R18 92Y XL - @ Camskill £60.05 +£6.90 delivery for 1 tyre, £7.90 for 2
£60.05
Bargain for these well reviewed tyres in a bigger size. Delivery £6.90 for 1, £7.90 for 2.
marceldulgheriu9

Good prices for the tyres but horrible company. Orders 2 tyres 225/45/17 and one tyre 185/60/15 and after almost 3 week's now I received the 2 tyres 225 but they seem to forgot about the other tyre. Multiple phone calls with no result .... Anyone else had problems with Camskill ?

HPMan

pugit666

Yeah potholes are worryingly large now where I live, summer won't be fun on the bike.

HPMan

Mental, same size as my car, rear alloys taking a doing with these potholes!

The_Hoff

That's because Pzero are TERRIBLE!

Kumho KH11 Ecsta - (215/55 R18) £13.60 + £6.90 p+p - £20.50 @ Camskill
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Kumho KH11 Ecsta - (215/55 R18) £13.60 + £6.90 p+p - £20.50 @ Camskill
£20.50
Bargain price in this size. Suited to SUV. / 4x4 .
Dekard97

And I'll say one more thing too before I get off my soap box. The vast majority of people have no problem fitting different tyres with different tread patterns, grip levels and tread depths to every corner of their car. Yes it's legal to do it. Is it safe? Absolutely not. I've seen many people driving with 4 totally different tyres fitted, each with their own handling characteristics. Many people also don't know their tyres are illegal and very dangerous until MOT time either. Running with bald tyres, punctures, side wall damage, even cords showing through from uneven tyre wear. That's not to mention that virtually no one inspects their tyres for defects, ever! Now top this off with many other people who rarely or never check their tyres pressures, by dodgy part worns/cheap Chinese knock offs, and you'll find a lot more problems and accidents caused by one or a number of these factors, than a slight modification to tyre width. Just saying (y)

Dekard97

First of all, I said nothing of changing speed or load index. Secondly, why are we talking about grip levels for snow on a set of summer tyres? If you want winter tyres, you buy winter tyres. It's not like most people in the UK have to be concerned about snow driving, and if they are, get some winter tyres, or even winter wheels and tyres. Now, snow aside, and regarding the summer tyres which we're referring too. In almost every instance, you will increase grip with the width of the tyre. The reason high powered cars always have wider tyres than their lower powered counterparts, is for grip. Now, you will see more grip on wider tyres regardless of power, the question is, do you need the extra grip? I once tuned a Volvo 850 T5 for fast road use. Unfortunately, despite increasing the wheel size from 16 to 17 inch, as well as uprating the tyre quality, we still couldn't get enough grip for our satisfaction without further modifications to the suspension and handling - it was terrifying! We eventually managed to go wider on the tyres which made a real difference to grip, especially in the wet! Even 10mm can make a difference, as that equates to 40mm more rubber on the road. Like I said, there is a trade-off to this. Steering response and the overall handling will be less responsive to turn-in, but you can always add or remove pressure from the tyres to adjust. Remember we are talking 10mm in this instance, so it's not going to be a huge increase in grip for the average car, or a huge decrease in steering response, but that's pretty much how it works. If you look at F1 cars just for a basic understanding of the principle, they've actually gone for wider tyres since last year to give more grip, and therefore more cornering speed in both wet and dry conditions. As for insurance, you've got to use a little common sense. If you're adding performance modifications to the car, or altering it's appearance or value, then of course you have to notify them. And if you have done something dangerous to a car, you shouldn't even be driving it on a road in the first place. But by all means, tell your insurance company first. If they say no then fine. Or don't do it at all. I never said anyone should do anything. I just put it out there for people to know they can should they wish to.

szigmon123

You should notify your insurance company of any changes from manufacturer spec. This is particularly important with speed and load rating. Whether they care or not is a different question. Wider tyres do offer less grip in snow / heavy rain hence most people running narrower winters then summers. Also why rally cars run such narrow tyres for mud and snow courses. My rwd 944 was awesome in snow, but then I ran 205 60 16 winters. The speedo will change with the width and the profile (height). There are multiple calculators out there to tell you by how much. It won't be much going from 205 to 215 probably about 1mph at 70, however that not much might mean the difference between you setting off a camera and you not doing. This is more to do with making sure the advice given is accurate, rather than exactly what effect the suggested changes will make.

peterkay11

I fell asleep listening to your rant

tomba

Not the correct price - removed from sale pending £68 correction (horror) Asda Tyres / Blackcircles / TyreShopper and even (online) National Tyres are ALL cheaper for me (cheeky) Always best to shop around...compare...and go through Quidco / TopCashBack where (hopefully) you'll get tracked for a 2% cashback too !

Nokian WRD3 Nokian WR D3 - 225/45 R17 94H XL TL - £51.95/pc @ CAMSKILL
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Nokian WRD3 Nokian WR D3 - 225/45 R17 94H XL TL - £51.95/pc @ CAMSKILL
£51.95
I was looking for winter tyres, and found this. It fits many of the novadays' cars, and has good ratings and reviews. XL has stronger cords. http://www.tyrereviews.co.uk/Tyre/Nok… Read more
rokybalbo

After few weeks of riding those 2014 tyres i must say - good value for money

rokybalbo

got those tyres. year 2014, week 27.

rachelgetty1994

Sorry no advice on that but Nokians all seasons are great too

Csirkefogo

Got the tyres, happy with the service and the delivery as well.

haccor

They have been very well respected on car forums for a number of years. I've used them once myself. They are fine.

Uniroyal RainSport3 Rain Sport 3 - 225/50 R17 98Y XL FR TL £79.70 (£6.98 delivery for 1- 2 tyres)  @ CAMSKILL
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Uniroyal RainSport3 Rain Sport 3 - 225/50 R17 98Y XL FR TL £79.70 (£6.98 delivery for 1- 2 tyres) @ CAMSKILL
£79.70
Really good tyre and this is a really good price for this size and fitment, it also has the RIM Protection. Please don't say they are cheaper elsewhere and then say its for a diff… Read more
djgilbo

anyone know any good deals for 18s

sid7777

Got these 5 months ago for my e90 330i and they are fantastic as an all round tyre. Wear level is also good but maybe a bit to early to score but on the wet as mentioned they are great.

999kernow

best tyres out there

wirdy

Brilliant tyres, have them on my three cars and also put them on my dads car. Wear rate is higher than average but you'll not get excellent wet grip and excellent hard wearing in one tyre, it's a trade-off. If you just pootle around you'll never know how good these tyres are in damp conditions. Driving with a bit of spirit in the wet or dry they are predictable at their limits and gently drift. Sidewalls are quite soft so take some getting used to if you're changing from a stiffer tyre. In my experience run them at 2-3 PSI above your normal pressures to minimise sidewall flex. If you always rag your tyres in the dry you will scrub the shoulders off the tread rather quickly.

monkeyhanger75

Great wet grip, but do be aware that they wear out quickly, so £ for mile they aren't great value unless you get them cheap.

EXPIRED Kleber car tyre 205 50 R17 £20.03 delivered from camskill
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EXPIRED Kleber car tyre 205 50 R17 £20.03 delivered from camskill
£20.03
Only available at this price for tyre size 205 50 R17. £13.05 per tyre. £6.98 delivery. I was looking for a 16'' tyre but came across this by accident. Thought it might help someon… Read more
Mattla

​Not sure about how to check tyre production date. I think it's on the sidewall. Regarding your desired tyre size, I'd recommend searching for them on blackcircles. It all depends on what type and brand of tyre you want to go for ie summer or winter tyres, budget or brand manufacturer. I searched blackcircles using your tyre size, the toyo proxes cf2 is £42 per tyre fully fitted on their website. Or for an extra £7 per tyre you can have the Good Year Efficient Grip tyre. Both get excellent reviews. I have the good years on the front of my car and they're performing well. I've just ordered two of the toyos for the rear. You can get tyres delivered from blackcircles without paying for fitting but then you'll have to pay around £12 for delivery and £10 fitting per tyre so I find its cheaper to pay for fitting. Just select your nearest fitting centre when you order them online and pick a date for fitting. Price includes balancing, valve and disposal of your old tyre.

veni_vidi_emere

I look for 195 65 r15 anyone. Although voted hot as price looks good whatever the quality. Can someone remind how to check tire production date, is it directly on tire?

Uniroyal rainsport 3 extra load 225 45 17 £52.85 @ CamSkill
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Uniroyal rainsport 3 extra load 225 45 17 £52.85 @ CamSkill
£52.85
found these on camskill and ordered 4 they have good reviews. these are the extra loads but the normal load are cheaper. 52.85 plus shipping cheapest I've seen at the moment. cams… Read more
snoopy88

mine arrived yesterday and fitted too. can really test them out until It rains but that shouldn't take long ;) but I found that the side wall was quite soft, softer than i expected on xl.

muppet17

good tyres, i rate them

shahdragon

Had them for 4 years amazing tyres

siadwel

If the noise wasn't there when you first had them fitted it could be the tyres. After some tyre wear mine always sounded like a bearing was going, even mechanics were fooled, but as soon as tyres were changed the noise would go for a while until they had a certain amount of wear again.

siadwel

If you have a Vectra then yes. I did it a few years ago as the 215/50 were £149 each. Note it will lower the car slightly and because you've altered the diameter of the tyre the speed you're actually driving at compared to what it says on the speedometer will also change. Your odometer (mileage) will also be different. I had Rainsport 2 and they stuck like glue, car felt much safer. Sounds obvious but you MUST change all four.

Bridgestone Turanza T001 225/40/18 92Y XL TL Tyres @ £47.65 + £6.98 del each at Camskill
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Bridgestone Turanza T001 225/40/18 92Y XL TL Tyres @ £47.65 + £6.98 del each at Camskill
£47.65
This is possibly the lowest price for a Premium tyre for 225/40/18 profile tyres! I have looked around and cannot see them at this price. Its much cheaper than some of their budge… Read more
monkeyhanger75

I do 20 miles each way on my commute and not shy in opening it up to get up to speed quickly when joining roads etc, still end up with 33-35mpg on fairly uncluttered roads - better than I was hoping for, and much closer to the published figures (% wise) than my GTD ever was. I averaged 48mpg in my GTD.

irradiated

must admit the jurys still out on the pedal box but the tuning box is great, i bought the tdi for the mpg but regretting a little now, miss the rev range of a petrol and also the dsg but even with these tyres your not keen on the handling is really really good, maybe a gti next time, the r's just a bit daft at 40+ miles commute per day

monkeyhanger75

I had a DTUK box on my GTD, up to 240ps/500Nm - made a huge difference, but my GTD tramped before I even had the box.Never seen the point of the pedal box, puts the throttle on a hair trigger, but once it's half pressed there's nothing beyond. Driving the R is a completely different driving experience - after 7 VW TDIs from new, having to really rev the engine to get the most out of it rather than relying on a big wedge of torque at 2k revs, The R becomes a beast above 5k revs, but if you keep it under 4k revs, it's no quicker than a GTD being driven hard.

irradiated

its a mk7 150 tdi with a dtuk box and pedal box, certainly makes it a bit more spirited, its nothing special compared to whats out there these days but it can surprise a few nonetheless

monkeyhanger75

You don't get tramping running a 200hp TDI on Bridgestones? is that a MK4 1.9TDI150, MK5 2.0TDI 150PD? if you had the 170/184ps engine you'd be pushing up to 240ps on a remap or decent box.

Uniroyal Rainsport 3 225/40 R18 92Y XL  £50.95 (+ £6.98 delivery charge - same for 2 tyres)  Camskill
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Uniroyal Rainsport 3 225/40 R18 92Y XL £50.95 (+ £6.98 delivery charge - same for 2 tyres) Camskill
£50.95
Never seen such a low price for this tyre...
jg213

I need some new tyres, how have these held up for buyers as I might get them.

KingBurger

120 reviews covering 666k+ miles...

winchman

I listed those ones because they were 'A' rated in the wet, i know its not an exact science, but they seemed reasonable for the price.

kidrock123

i read these wear quite quickly. anyone who's had these before care to chime in on this?

cartoonhead940

I've purchased 2 sets from Camskill website in the past. Would definitely recommend to friends and family. Delivered next working day on my orders, packaged well in lots of stretch wrap. These are a real bargain IMHO.

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