Goodyear Tyre for £38.94 "FULLY FITTED" @ Mr.Tyre Auto Centres
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Goodyear Tyre for £38.94 "FULLY FITTED" @ Mr.Tyre Auto Centres

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Found 9th Nov 2014
This deal is for a 175x65x14 82T Goodyear Efficient Grip tyre, fully balanced and fitted.
Managed to re-boot my wife's Fiat Panda with a set of 4 premium tyres of the original Goodyear make for just £155.

This is the best tyre deal I have had in 35 years of car ownership !!
(They may possibly have some good deals on other sizes too).

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Alternate idea if near or prefer F1 Autocentres over Mr Tyre...:
Does show as OP says at £38.94 on MrTyre website, but £46.20 @ F1 Autocentres' site.
Get F1 Autocentres "price promise" as they match & beat by 10% of the difference
So 4 x £7.26 difference x 10% = £2.90 saved.
Did an F1 price match last year (albeit on more expensive tyres) and got very rapid response/agreement exactly as per promise,
f1autocentres.co.uk/pri…php

Is my current tires are 175/70 r14 Will be still fit?

qwerta369

Is my current tires are 175/70 r14 Will be still fit?


there are apps that tell you what tires work on any car

What kind of car has these size tyres?? Are they lawn mower tyres?

You up north get all the good deals !!

Banned

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scottybob_golf

What kind of car has these size tyres?? Are they lawn mower tyres?



French Classics

scottybob_golf

What kind of car has these size tyres?? Are they lawn mower tyres?

no but they fit dishwashers and washing machines

No good to me, but hot for the deal

What exactly is a 'fully fitted' tyre and is it possible to have a partially fitted one?

I guess fully fitted includes a new valve and balancing etc. You could just fit them without balancing them and that wouldn't be fully fitted

Grigs

This is the website I use for checking compatibility of tyres when … This is the website I use for checking compatibility of tyres when considering different profiles or rims. If you want to know about compatibility and interchange-ability of rims between different makes and models of cars . . . . Then this is the site that I recommend ! Hope this helps.



Brill! Thank you so much, that's very helpful. So, I guess they will fit!

Grigs

This is the website I use for checking compatibility of tyres when … This is the website I use for checking compatibility of tyres when considering different profiles or rims. If you want to know about compatibility and interchange-ability of rims between different makes and models of cars . . . . Then this is the site that I recommend ! Hope this helps.



Two very nice sites thanks

14"? Jesus, Ive never had a car under 15". current one has 17s

what effin car has 14" wheels nowadays

Cracking price for those with smaller and older cars. May parents' 90s Accord had 14 inch wheels and that was massive, so they were common on a lot of cars. Hot.

Thoughtful

What exactly is a 'fully fitted' tyre and is it possible to have a … What exactly is a 'fully fitted' tyre and is it possible to have a partially fitted one?



You certainly don't live up to your username, do you?

stezo2k

14"? Jesus, Ive never had a car under 15". current one has 17s



In that case, the deal wasn't for you or the other numpty janz70, was it? Why even bother looking at a deal that's of no interest to you both??? Leave it to those who might find it useful, rather than come on with snide, childish comments.

BTW stezo2k...who gives a flying whatever about the size of your wheels??? Sounds like you're insecure about something, if you have to come on letting us know how big they are......LOL!

stezo2k

14"? Jesus, Ive never had a car under 15". current one has 17s



Oooh - how wonderful
Your tyres deserve their own thread surely
or maybe their own forum
you could call it 'My tyres'
Just think how many hits it would get!!
Edited by: "localshop" 10th Nov 2014

stezo2k

14"? Jesus, Ive never had a car under 15". current one has 17s


janz70

what effin car has 14" wheels nowadays



Very small hatches usually plus older/classic cars still exist you know. Not everybody wants to put 20 inch spinners with foot wide arch extensions on their classic cars.......

As stated, the Panda are this size. Smaller Peugeots it is a common size, 206 etc. Very useful for those on a budget but still wants a quality tyre

qwerta369

Brill! Thank you so much, that's very helpful. So, I guess they will fit!


Yes they will fit but you'll have to buy 4 as your others have a different profile or thickness '70' and not '65' like these , it will also more than likely invalidate your insurance if you mix different sizes of tyres.
Another problem is it will effect your speedometer reading because the tyre circumference will be different.
So basically I would not fit them unless you need all four.

Edited by: "paulandpam1" 10th Nov 2014

Original Poster

stezo2k

14"? Jesus, Ive never had a car under 15". current one has 17s

Generally small runabouts like Fiat Pandas and Ford Fiestas - My misses old Panda ( pre 2013 model ) even had 13 inch rims.
Saw a lovely Range Rover 2 days ago which had 24 inch rims. Looked very nice, but with a side wall of about just one inch, I couldn't see how it would cope off-road.
With tyres that have no give and alloys that would crack on the very first rock, the best off road car available has suddenly been confined it to the tarmac. Shame.

Great tread, love people bragging about how big there tyres are mine are 29ers

Wow. Tyre Toffs! I better not say my car takes 13", people will look down on me.
A new class is born!

xstrio

Great tread, love people bragging about how big there tyres are mine are … Great tread, love people bragging about how big there tyres are mine are 29ers

29cm?

stezo2k

14"? Jesus, Ive never had a car under 15". current one has 17s



Let me guess, twenty-something?

Full set of Goodyears fitted for £155 - bargain.

These will do some older Rover, MG, Diahatsu, Chevorlet, Etc.

Brydo666

Full set of Goodyears fitted for £155 - bargain.These will do some older … Full set of Goodyears fitted for £155 - bargain.These will do some older Rover, MG, Diahatsu, Chevorlet, Etc.


And Fiestas & Clios.
I joined Costco a few years ago just to buy this size tyre at a reasonable price for my 2005 Fiesta.
They were still more expensive than these Goodyear.
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 10th Nov 2014

Costco have a deal on 4 at the moment in the same size in a Michelin energy saver +, at £50.38 each with £50 plus vat off which brings them down to 35.38 each fully fitted.

Grigs

[quote=stezo2k] Saw a lovely Range Rover 2 days ago which had 24 inch … [quote=stezo2k] Saw a lovely Range Rover 2 days ago which had 24 inch rims. Looked very nice, but with a side wall of about just one inch, I couldn't see how it would cope off-road. With tyres that have no give and alloys that would crack on the very first rock, the best off road car available has suddenly been confined it to the tarmac. Shame.


Chelsea tractors like this never go-off road they just block up side streets outside schools.

Edited by: "paulandpam1" 10th Nov 2014

Immob

Costco have a deal on 4 at the moment in the same size in a Michelin … Costco have a deal on 4 at the moment in the same size in a Michelin energy saver +, at £50.38 each with £50 plus vat off which brings them down to 35.38 each fully fitted.


Yes Costco are brill for michelin tyres because I believe they own a large part of Michelin.
I wish they still sold the Cormoran brand of tyres though as they were excellent value.

Great price for a quality brand. I put cheap tyres on my BMW because "tyres are tyres" and have regretted it. The road noise with cheap tyres is MUCH higher than good quality ones.

Interesting quotes on tyre size, not sure why people are so surprised that there are cars out there running 14 inch wheels, I guess the current trend for big wheels and low profile tyres , despite the fact they ruin the handling and ride quality of most cars, and have tyres which cost a small fortune..

My first car had 10 inch wheels, and I'd love another with those!

That said, my Panda has 15" wheels (standard fit), even my Lotus only has 15s on the front!

stezo2k

14"? Jesus, Ive never had a car under 15". current one has 17s



http://images.gizmag.com/gallery_lrg/9726_310708112251.jpg

At 63", you might just have been trumped with this production model for this truck. 59/80R/63

http://auto.img.v4.skyrock.net/1922/23011922/pics/2761802336_small_1.jpg

or at 80ft, biggest in the world, try this one on your BMW. Only 1 available though.

http://www.roadsideamerica.com/attract/images/mi/MIALLtire_dk4063_620x300.jpg

No, that's not been Photoshopped, that's real.

stezo2k

14"? Jesus, Ive never had a car under 15". current one has 17s



F1 cars seem to do ok on 13" rims.

All these 17"+ wheel sizes these days are purely for vanity and to increase profits for tyre manufacturers. Funny to watch them in the snow though - you'll wish you had 14" wheels then!

Sadly too big for my 10" wheels

Mine are 26'' wheels


But it is a mountain bike

Seriously it’s a Hot deal

TedStriker72

F1 cars seem to do ok on 13" rims. All these 17"+ wheel sizes these days … F1 cars seem to do ok on 13" rims. All these 17"+ wheel sizes these days are purely for vanity and to increase profits for tyre manufacturers. Funny to watch them in the snow though - you'll wish you had 14" wheels then!



They're talking about moving F1 to lower profile tyres so they're more representative of current road car tyres - however with the majority of F1 cars' suspension travel actually being provided by the compression of the tyres, it'll need a major rethink of their suspension systems so who knows if they'll actually agree to it.
Edited by: "IndianaBlues" 10th Nov 2014

IndianaBlues

They're talking about moving F1 to lower profile tyres so they're more … They're talking about moving F1 to lower profile tyres so they're more representative of current road car tyres - however with the majority of F1 cars' suspension travel actually being provided by the compression of the tyres, it'll need a major rethink of their suspension systems so who knows if they'll actually agree to it.



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