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

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Found 3rd Aug
camskill.co.uk/m61…2dB
Uniroyal Rain Sport 3 - 225 40 R18 92Y XL.

Buy 2+ for Love2shop Giftcard £10 per tyre

(First time adding a deal.. hope I've done good.)
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kford19846 m ago

Good price but God forbid if you get issues with this company. Spent a …Good price but God forbid if you get issues with this company. Spent a week going backwards and forwards because they sent wrong size tyres out.


So you're saying the tyres only went backwards and forwards?
Very good price. They do wear fast though.
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126.60 delivered for 2
20 quid l2s voucher

106.60 for 2 aint bad at all for these, my fave tyres
welcome to hukd newbie cracking first deal.have some heat
Very good price. They do wear fast though.
Yeah.. I've been told they are good in the wet.
Good price but God forbid if you get issues with this company. Spent a week going backwards and forwards because they sent wrong size tyres out.
kford19846 m ago

Good price but God forbid if you get issues with this company. Spent a …Good price but God forbid if you get issues with this company. Spent a week going backwards and forwards because they sent wrong size tyres out.


So you're saying the tyres only went backwards and forwards?
Great price. Wish some of my size would turn up this cheap, had some of these On a previous car and really liked them but as I don’t NEED any yet I can’t justify paying more for them yet ( 245/45/18 )
Edited by: "AnonAnonAgain" 3rd Aug
AnonAnonAgain5 m ago

Great price. Wish some of my size would turn up this cheap, had some of …Great price. Wish some of my size would turn up this cheap, had some of these On a previous car and really liked them but as I don’t NEED any yet I can’t justify paying more for them yet ( 245/45/18 )


I think the the love to shop voucher offer is on all the Uniroyal rain sport 3's..
Thanks for the feed back.. I've never fitted them before..
Recently bought 4 of these off of eBay for £51 each including delivery. Also used top cash back and got nectar points. Worth keeping an eye on there if you need some.
I have fitted these to my car in the past, and was very impressed, especially, and not surprisingly, in the wet. But as others have said they do wear quickly. After a scary experience in the Beast from the East, I have now moved onto Michelin CrossClimate+ and they are even better, but of course very significantly more expensive.
Edited by: "VDisillusioned" 4th Aug
Gollywood36 m ago

So you're saying the tyres only went backwards and forwards?


Haha. The irony of when you type a comment and forget it's linked. You know what I meant hopefully lol
kford19843rd Aug

Haha. The irony of when you type a comment and forget it's linked. You …Haha. The irony of when you type a comment and forget it's linked. You know what I meant hopefully lol


nope
I bought 4 of these for a 1.9 CDTI Vectra and got just 7000 miles on the front two and 9000 on the rear. Excellent grip wet and dry, but not economical at all for family motoring.
Stuck on this on the website,can’t select delivery region because it won’t let me anywhere
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Darklord9 h, 18 m ago

Very good price. They do wear fast though.


Agreed on both points. If your car has large/heavy engine consider something else
Dammit, just bought these from tyre leader and a good price
Gollywood8 h, 51 m ago

nope


Well then you need to read my comment properly then! They sent me the wrong size tyres from what I ordered and spent a week chasing them up to collect and send me the correct size.
Have had these on my 2.0 Tdi Seat Exeo (basically an Audi A4) and get 20k on front and 28k on rear. Good find have bought 4.
Edited by: "hughestg" 4th Aug
These are brilliant tyres, wet grip is insane. Wear rate is reasonable, had them on for about 13000 mile with 4mm left before I sold the car.
weehawken1 h, 48 m ago

Agreed on both points. If your car has large/heavy engine consider …Agreed on both points. If your car has large/heavy engine consider something else



Perhaps not as easy as that... I managed 9k to the wear bars on the front of my Panda
Fitted another pair and the rears still going strong though, good tyres for grip.
Edited by: "Corranga" 4th Aug
So typical - just got rid of my Octavia VrS with this tyre size.
Great tyres (I've had rainsport 2 and 3 in the past). But beware, these are summer tyres, not all season. When it starts to get a bit cold the grip disappears.
The first time I bought I mistakenly thought they were all season.
I have some at double the price as they are 19s , damp weather grip is very good .Dry weather grip when pushing invokes a bit of slip even in this heat But overall they arent to far from previus Pirelli P zeros. They dont handle standing water at all surprisingly ( think dark motorway) . They are noisy especially and parking speeds.

Wont buy again , will spend the extra on P4Ss
bought these on offer the last time. very good price. would recommend. nice to know the added security when on wet roads
rootos13 h, 15 m ago

I bought 4 of these for a 1.9 CDTI Vectra and got just 7000 miles on the …I bought 4 of these for a 1.9 CDTI Vectra and got just 7000 miles on the front two and 9000 on the rear. Excellent grip wet and dry, but not economical at all for family motoring.


There is something seriously wrong with your car or your driving.
Anyone know of a decent deal for 235 - 45R - 17

Cheers
Great tyres at a nice price too
Ive had 3 sets of these now on 2 different cars, great tyres all round in wet and dry i get 20k-30k out of them.
Do get a lot of road noise when getting to the end of there life ( down below 3.5mm)
Very good price.
Excellent tyres but do wear quickly on heavy, torquey cars. Just over 20K miles on the current set (from Camskill) on my Swift Sport (1.6 petrol) and will last another 1 or 2K - my previous Fabia VRS (1.9 diesel) saw off a pair of fronts in 7K miles.

I will be ordering a set before the end of the month to take advantage of these vouchers.
Thanks pal 2x 205 40 17 for £126 delivered plus £20 vouchers.
Just received the tyres today, does anyone know how we're meant to get the vouchers? I read that they're supposed to be attached to the tyres but couldn't find them...
yes you are right...

5. Subject to these terms and conditions, the Promotion will provide claimants with Love2shop gift card as follows; Gift cards will be attached to the tyres when the tyres are dispatched. On receiving the gift card, customers have to email into the Promoter full order reference number and unique number of their gift card to love2shop@camskill.co.uk no later than September 14th 2018. Please do not send photographs: they must be typed into the body of the email. The Promoter will then validate the gift card and top up the gift card with the money due to the customer no later than September 30th 2018.
Edited by: "ragstaa" 7th Aug
Mine came today, the card was in a broke envelope stuck to the tread. Has to be claimed.
zermattbusby4th Aug

Anyone know of a decent deal for 235 - 45R - 17 Cheers



camskill.co.uk/m54…R17


Load rating depends on what car you have.

Personally I'd lose 1cm off the width and get 225 45 17 and take the £5 cheaper tyre with £10 lovetoshop voucher per tyre on top.
Jules_HT34 m ago

https://www.camskill.co.uk/m54b2829s312p0/Car_Tyres_-_MPV_Tyres_-_People_Carrier_Tyres_-_17_inch_Uniroyal_Tyres_Car_Uniroyal_RainSport3_Uniroyal_Rain_Sport_3_-_R17_inch_-_235_45_17_235_45R17Load rating depends on what car you have.Personally I'd lose 1cm off the width and get 225 45 17 and take the £5 cheaper tyre with £10 lovetoshop voucher per tyre on top.


Thanks Jules

Its a VW Passat Diesel Saloon (2013)

Would the 225 be OK?

Site seems to be down...
The width will be fine (to put context on it, it's 5mm off each edge- manufacturers producing the same size tyre vary by more than that). It's going wider you need to be careful of, in case it rubs on full lock.

Then the lost height of sidewall will be fine also (you're talking about losing 5% of 1 cm = 0.5mm smaller diameter). To give that some context, a new tyre has 8mm of tread, an old one 1.6mm- so you've got nearly 13mm of changing diameter between a new and an old tyre.

I'd be primarily concerned with the sidewall and speed ratings. Certainly I'd recommend the 94 XL (i.e. extra load), that's what I use on my Saab 9-3 diesel sportwagon and it's got to be a pretty similar weight. What is the load and speed rating on the tyre currently on there?

Assuming it's a 2.0 diesel the Michelin site recommends on the one hand a 205 50 17, and on the other a 235 40 17 (nb. NOT 235 45 17 as you have, which will have a slightly higher sidewall than 235 40 17)). 225 45 17 sits slap in the middle of those two! michelin.co.uk/tyr…res


EDIT: just make sure you have the same size on any given axle (i.e. you're fine having 235 45 17 on the rear and 225 45 17 on the front, but don't put one 225 45 17 on one wheel whilst leaving a 235 45 17 on the other side of the same axle).
Edited by: "Jules_HT" 8th Aug
Jules_HT26 m ago

The width will be fine (to put context on it, it's 5mm off each edge- …The width will be fine (to put context on it, it's 5mm off each edge- manufacturers producing the same size tyre vary by more than that). It's going wider you need to be careful of, in case it rubs on full lock. Then the lost height of sidewall will be fine also (you're talking about losing 5% of 1 cm = 0.5mm smaller diameter). To give that some context, a new tyre has 8mm of tread, an old one 1.6mm- so you've got nearly 13mm of changing diameter between a new and an old tyre.I'd be primarily concerned with the sidewall and speed ratings. Certainly I'd recommend the 94 XL (i.e. extra load), that's what I use on my Saab 9-3 diesel sportwagon and it's got to be a pretty similar weight. What is the load and speed rating on the tyre currently on there?Assuming it's a 2.0 diesel the Michelin site recommends on the one hand a 205 50 17, and on the other a 235 40 17 (nb. NOT 235 45 17 as you have, which will have a slightly higher sidewall than 235 40 17)). 225 45 17 sits slap in the middle of those two! https://www.michelin.co.uk/tyres/car-tyres#type=type_2&brand=volkswagen&range=passat&model=passat&engine=2.0 tdi 170&year=2010 - 2014&selectedFilter=summerEDIT: just make sure you have the same size on any given axle (i.e. you're fine having 235 45 17 on the rear and 225 45 17 on the front, but don't put one 225 45 17 on one wheel whilst leaving a 235 45 17 on the other side of the same axle).



Thanks again mate, really useful information
Fronts - Goodyear 235 45 R17 94W
Backs - Continental 235 45 R17 94Y
OK so your W tyre can do 168 MPH (not that your car can :)) and the Y 186MPH!

You will be fine on the 225 45 17 94Y XL. In fact with the extra load sidewall (represented by the XL) you may find the tyre handles the weight of the car a bit better (particularly up front with that heavy old diesel engine).

camskill.co.uk/m54…2dB
Jules_HT9 m ago

OK so your W tyre can do 168 MPH (not that your car can :)) and the Y …OK so your W tyre can do 168 MPH (not that your car can :)) and the Y 186MPH!You will be fine on the 225 45 17 94Y XL. In fact with the extra load sidewall (represented by the XL) you may find the tyre handles the weight of the car a bit better (particularly up front with that heavy old diesel engine).https://www.camskill.co.uk/m54b0s16p111649/Uniroyal_Tyres_Car_Uniroyal_RainSport3_Uniroyal_Rain_Sport_3_-_225_45_R17_94Y_XL_FR_TL_Fuel_Eff_:_C_Wet_Grip:_A_NoiseClass:_2_Noise:_72dB


Thanks again pal, really appreciate it, is the site loading for you? Will order when its back up.
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