Toyo T1-R Tyres Buy 3 Get 1 Free £100.18 @ Demon tweeks
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Toyo T1-R Tyres Buy 3 Get 1 Free £100.18 @ Demon tweeks

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Found 25th Nov
Just noticed Demon Tweeks are doing Toyo T1-R tyres on a buy 3 get 1 free deal. So a set of 4 can be had for £100!

Bargain if you ask me and just ordered a set for my car.

Also loads of other Black Friday deals across the site: demon-tweeks.co.uk/spe…day

Edit: The price is for the set of 4. There is no need to change the quantity as the 1 is for the set (4) unless that is you want 2,3 sets etc.

Adding one in the Basket gets you 4 Tyres
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Rimi22 m ago

NO. 4 Tyres (205/55/R16 ) cost £131.But they are crap tyres, wouldn't buy …NO. 4 Tyres (205/55/R16 ) cost £131.But they are crap tyres, wouldn't buy for my car...



1681 people would disagree

blackcircles.com/tyr…1-r

bobbo073 m ago

Aren’t they £100.18 per tyre ?



NO. 4 Tyres (205/55/R16 ) cost £131.But they are crap tyres, wouldn't buy for my car...
66 Comments

Aren’t they £100.18 per tyre ?

Tried using the website on my Android phone and it wont let me choose my tyre type.
Website reloads everytime I try to find my tyre size

bobbo073 m ago

Aren’t they £100.18 per tyre ?



NO. 4 Tyres (205/55/R16 ) cost £131.But they are crap tyres, wouldn't buy for my car...

Cold, ring for price whats that all about x

Rimi22 m ago

NO. 4 Tyres (205/55/R16 ) cost £131.But they are crap tyres, wouldn't buy …NO. 4 Tyres (205/55/R16 ) cost £131.But they are crap tyres, wouldn't buy for my car...



1681 people would disagree

blackcircles.com/tyr…1-r

What combination are people having problems with? Tried about 20 different ones and no issues.

Think people are adding 4 deals..... Looks like you just as one32558696-9tc3q.jpg

Check tyres reviews there alright, not great abit confused though, £500 for 4 tyres :s that's cray cray

Scroll down and read the description, clearly states 1 added to the basket is for 4 Tyres

Toyo are one of the world's leading tyre producers, so when you buy a Toyo tyre, you can be confident that you're buying one of the best.

Price shown is for a complete set of 4 tyres.

You pay for 3 and get the 4th free.

I've found them now not bad for a set of 4 for £200

Respectable UHP tyre at a decent price.

Very grippy these tyres in the wet but they do wear quicker in the Summer. Had them on my MK3 Golf GTi all year round many years ago. This is a hot price for all corners.

Rimi1 h, 17 m ago

NO. 4 Tyres (205/55/R16 ) cost £131.But they are crap tyres, wouldn't buy …NO. 4 Tyres (205/55/R16 ) cost £131.But they are crap tyres, wouldn't buy for my car...


What are you basing that on? I've used them in the past and they were fine, good grip in the wet especially, and having checked a few reviews don't see anything bad about them?

has anyone purchased these or comfirmed the price is for 4 tyres

it will cost to take them to a garage to get them fitted too

205/45/17 £184 lol

komi22 m ago

205/45/17 £184 lol



£46 per tyre seems cheap to me.

komi24 m ago

205/45/17 £184 lol


For 4? That’s pretty good.

£714 for my car erm no thanks !!!

click this website is a god send for working out which tyres to buy.
Edited by: "diesel_508" 25th Nov

bobbo072 h, 26 m ago

Aren’t they £100.18 per tyre ?


It's per tyre for sure

Oh it’s like that old deal but 1 shoe get 1 free and it turns out shoes have souls

Great tyres but do wear quickly due to the soft compound.

Hot!

Good tyres. I regularly use them on my cars and they are good value, grippy, fun but not for high milers..

They may not match examples of the pinnacle of performance tyre technology, but then I am not racing/doing trackdays. I am having a bit of fun hooning around the back roads of Oxfordshire in an estate car full of tools. They are far from crap.

DT are not cheap for tyres, this looks like a misprice on some SKU's of the tyres. I suspect an office jock has fat fingered on the pricing...

Good luck if you get 4 at this price, I recently bought two from black circles, £120 fully fitted...

This deal applies for this size??
225/40/18
..can not find any. Thanks in advance

Rating of FE 71db looks rubbish

anyone recommend where to get them fitted, and the most free checks included im new to the tire game i usually just get part worns

Thanks ordered 1 set (that's 4 tires)

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Can’t find 185/55/R16

Does anyone else know what the fuel and wet grip rating is on these?

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This is for the 205/45/17

Details can be found directly from site:

toyo.co.uk/tir…1-r

Select tyre size under the size tab to download the rating

Rimi3 h, 38 m ago

NO. 4 Tyres (205/55/R16 ) cost £131.But they are crap tyres, wouldn't buy …NO. 4 Tyres (205/55/R16 ) cost £131.But they are crap tyres, wouldn't buy for my car...


They're not crap. I've used them on several 'mild' sports cars (Eunos Roadster, Golf VR6, and a 280bhp Saab 9-3) the biggest let down is the spongy sidewalls. In my opinion, as an ultra sports tyre, dry grip is very good, I'd say 8/10. Wet grip is good, 7/10, progression, good 7/10, handling, below average 5.5/10, wear rate below average 6/10.

They feel a bit spongy and unresponsive through corners, and don't provide a lot of feedback to the driver. So yeah, they don't compare to Michelin Pilot, Continental Sport, Bridgestone Potenza, or Pirelli P-Zero, but for everyday drivers these are superb tyres, and great value for money. They're pretty soft compound, so wear rate is fairly high. I'd still throughly recommend them to anyone looking for a safe, high quality road tyre.

Oh, I almost forgot. They suck big time in the snow mind!
Edited by: "Dekard97" 25th Nov

Dekard978 m ago

They're not crap. I've used them on several 'mild' sports cars (Eunos …They're not crap. I've used them on several 'mild' sports cars (Eunos Roadster, Golf VR6, and a 280bhp Saab 9-3) the biggest let down is the spongy sidewalls. In my opinion, as an ultra sports tyre, dry grip is very good, I'd say 8/10. Wet grip is good, 7/10, progression, good 7/10, handling, below average 5.5/10, wear rate below average 6/10. They feel a bit spongy and unresponsive through corners, and don't provide a lot of feedback to the driver. So yeah, they don't compare to Michelin Pilot, Continental Sport, Bridgestone Potenza, or Pirelli P-Zero, but for everyday drivers these are superb tyres, and great value for money. They're pretty soft compound, so wear rate is fairly high. I'd still throughly recommend them to anyone looking for a safe, high quality road tyre.

Dekard978 m ago

They're not crap. I've used them on several 'mild' sports cars (Eunos …They're not crap. I've used them on several 'mild' sports cars (Eunos Roadster, Golf VR6, and a 280bhp Saab 9-3) the biggest let down is the spongy sidewalls. In my opinion, as an ultra sports tyre, dry grip is very good, I'd say 8/10. Wet grip is good, 7/10, progression, good 7/10, handling, below average 5.5/10, wear rate below average 6/10. They feel a bit spongy and unresponsive through corners, and don't provide a lot of feedback to the driver. So yeah, they don't compare to Michelin Pilot, Continental Sport, Bridgestone Potenza, or Pirelli P-Zero, but for everyday drivers these are superb tyres, and great value for money. They're pretty soft compound, so wear rate is fairly high. I'd still throughly recommend them to anyone looking for a safe, high quality road tyre.


And how many miles you done on them??? Mine lasted only 23k, my mates ones -21k. Poor handling on wet surface,VERY poor. And now, when winter is coming - big NO for these tyres, unless you wanna end up in a ditch...
Edited by: "Rimi" 25th Nov

Rimi8 m ago

And how many miles you done on them??? Mine lasted only 23k, my mates ones …And how many miles you done on them??? Mine lasted only 23k, my mates ones -21k. Poor handling on wet surface,VERY poor. And now, when winter is coming - big NO for these tyres, unless you wanna end up in a ditch...


Well they are classed as summer tyres in fairness. I found grip okay in the wet, I have noticed they drop off massively around 3mm of tread though. 31k miles! I'd honestly think myself lucky to get 20K miles out of a full set of these (and that would be on a front wheel drive switching out the front with the backs to even out the wear). It's better than the Falken FK452 in terms of wear. I once got 3K miles out 2 front tyres on a 300+bhp Volvo T5

Just don't expect any decent grip in overnight fresh light snow (<1 inch) with these as these caught me out one time on a slight incline at low gear. Spring, Summer or Autumn is fine with these but be very cautious in Winter snow. Luckily neighbour had some grit sand but still had to tow me out on bumpy track back road on to main road.

Maybe why these are cheap now during Winter season. I now used Kumho Ecsta.

veedubjai22 m ago

Just don't expect any decent grip in overnight fresh light snow (<1 inch) …Just don't expect any decent grip in overnight fresh light snow (<1 inch) with these as these caught me out one time on a slight incline at low gear. Spring, Summer or Autumn is fine with these but be very cautious in Winter snow. Luckily neighbour had some grit sand but still had to tow me out on bumpy track back road on to main road.Maybe why these are cheap now during Winter season. I now used Kumho Ecsta.


Exactly. Kumho Ecsta 31 are probably a better all rounder than the Toyo T1Rs in fairness

Comes in at over £650 for me. Am I missing something?

Dekard9741 m ago

Exactly. Kumho Ecsta 31 are probably a better all rounder than the Toyo …Exactly. Kumho Ecsta 31 are probably a better all rounder than the Toyo T1Rs in fairness


Your observations & experience is same as mine. Only had these Toyo T1R once on front wheels as they didn't last that long probably doing too many mild drifting at my local small tight roundabout in the wet but boy that was fun. My other choice would have been the Goodyear F1's but they were not cheap at the time. I would say for Summer tyres, can' beat Goodyear F1 then these Toyo T1R as 2nd choice. You could consider these a budget track racing tyres if that's your kind of thing at the weekends. I was very lucky to learn to drive in the snow before my test which had taught me a lot on how to control the car in snowy road conditions which many folks don't get the chance. Just don't drive these Toyo T1R in the snow with these if you can.

BTW, nice cars those Volvo T5, don't see many T5/R on the roads these days but certainly puts a smile when I see them driving about. Still like the old shape then the new imitation ones. Remember seeing them track racing them on TV, funny as hell.
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