Yokohama tyres Pay over 12 months at 0% at Blackcircles.com
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Yokohama tyres Pay over 12 months at 0% at Blackcircles.com

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Found 19th Apr 2012
The cost of tyres is a real pain especially come MOT time. But i noticed that at Blackcircles.com you can now buy Yokohama tyres and spread the cost over 12 months and pay monthly with 0% interest.

To make it more enticing you can also earn 2.52% cashback if you go via Topcashback.

I hope this is of use to someone. It certainly is for me as my 245/40/18's cost £169 each fitted.

Use code EDENT8549 to get upto £12.50 off
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good deal, shame their tyres are expensive
£240 for 195/50/15 tyres..... fitted.... thats pretty good.. £20 a month... think i might have to as i need 4.
good deal if you are hard up.
special interest free offer on all Yokohama Tyres when spending £300 and above.
Tyreshopper.co.UK cheaper.
wooookie

Tyreshopper.co.UK cheaper.



Yokohama S Drive 195/55/15 V
Tyre-shopper £84.50 each
Black Circles £83.80 each

Although you can get 7.07% topcashback from Tyreshopper as oppose to 2.52% black circles.
thats a good price even better than camskill
heat(_;)
Real shame the offer only applies to the Yokohama's, I could do with it on Bridgestone's.
In terms of grip Yokohamas were the best tyres I've owned however I think this was due to their softness. As a result they didn't last very long.
Great deal 0% though.
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You will now be able to spread the cost of purchasing tyres through our 'Buy now, pay monthly' option on orders of £300 and above.
Used Blackcircles 2 or 3 times before. Excellent service.
Anyone checked camskill?

http://camskill.co.uk/products.php

That particular yoko in that size is out of stock but otherwise they tend to be good on price. Just arrange fitting at a local independent.
Kuhmo do some excellent tyres if you're on a budget, I had some Yoko A538's on my golf 225/40/18 and replace the fronts with Kuhmo's (Ecsta or something along those lines) - which if anything actually gave better grip in the wet, they've outlasted the 538's by quite a stretch.

Don't get me wrong, I love Yokohama tyres, but I've been very impressed by the Kuhmo's - they're certainly not ditch-finders.
I find yoko's too soft on the whole for my car.

I use Pirrelli myself.
£169 for a road tyre is mental!?!?! Silly new cars with their silly sized wheels but good deal none the less!

Camskill are good but only if you're friendly with your local tyre fitter as some won't fit what a customer bring and even if they do, some try and charge a lot for a relatively swift job.
BlueDan

Anyone checked camskill?http://camskill.co.uk/products.phpThat particular … Anyone checked camskill?http://camskill.co.uk/products.phpThat particular yoko in that size is out of stock but otherwise they tend to be good on price. Just arrange fitting at a local independent.



An awful lot of indi sellers won't do this anymore or are charging massive amounts as they have cottoned on to that they are no longer competiting on prices.
Case in point my local motorcycle place now wants nigh on 60 quid to swap a pair, that's off the bike brought into their workshops and dispose yourself the old ones. Barely ten minutes work. It used to be a tenner in cash just twelve months ago. Similar price at the local mobile mechanic too now.
They are about twenty notes a wheel dearer than online and I am pretty sure they know that hence the price hikes on fitting only.
good deal.
Uniroyal Rainsport 2's all the way for me - by far the best all round tyre for UK road conditions!
If your car isn't high performance Nexen is an excellent mid-quality budget brand. Widely recommended in the trade for grip and decent wear.
My MR2 Turbo loves it's Yokohama boots, the only brand I'd use

Have some heat
I've had Yokohama's in the 90's, they were very soft and grippy but did wear extremely quickly. Has this changed?
Useful information, will take a look at tyre deals
I had some Yokohama's a few years back. Really impressive tyres for the price, totally underrated. Much better than the Hankook Ventus Evos I had fitted recently. Good deal for spreading the cost for cars that require decent tyres.
bobbler

An awful lot of indi sellers won't do this anymore or are charging … An awful lot of indi sellers won't do this anymore or are charging massive amounts as they have cottoned on to that they are no longer competiting on prices. Case in point my local motorcycle place now wants nigh on 60 quid to swap a pair, that's off the bike brought into their workshops and dispose yourself the old ones. Barely ten minutes work. It used to be a tenner in cash just twelve months ago. Similar price at the local mobile mechanic too now. They are about twenty notes a wheel dearer than online and I am pretty sure they know that hence the price hikes on fitting only.



Ah shame that, maybe ring around first to check fitting prices, or even give them the prices from camskill and see if they can come close plus some extra for fitting?
Here's a good site for specific tyre reviews if anybody is considering Yokohamas. The site rates tyres by grip (dry and wet), feedback, progressiveness and comfort, based on personal experiences.

Tyre Reviews - Yokohamas
Edited by: "themadhatter76" 19th Apr 2012
One of the best tyres I've bought over the years were Toyo Proxes. Always very reasonably priced, plenty of grip and lasted ages.
DonDraper

If your car isn't high performance Nexen is an excellent mid-quality … If your car isn't high performance Nexen is an excellent mid-quality budget brand. Widely recommended in the trade for grip and decent wear.



I agree, had a set of N6000's on my Civic, very good for the money in wet, dry, ice and snow. It's also down to how you drive but they are great tyres for the price. Falken tyres I also rate, but as far as performance is concerned I've always loved Toyo's. Like any tyre, people will have their own opinions on them, but this is hot provided you can deal with the wear rate.
The best tyres I've had were Michelin Pilot Sport 3s. The grip on those tyres is phenomenal. Unfortuantely the same can't be said for the durability as they didn't last the year out.
It makes me wonder how fast people are taking corners to notice that one tyre grips better than another, slow down.
Wasnt this bird married to John Lennon ?
Monkeybumcheeks

Wasnt this bird married to John Lennon ?



No, surely that was Mrs Lennon?

And yes, I did just call you Shirley!
richard300965

It makes me wonder how fast people are taking corners to notice that one … It makes me wonder how fast people are taking corners to notice that one tyre grips better than another, slow down.



No.

And taking corners isn't all tyres do...
richard300965

It makes me wonder how fast people are taking corners to notice that one … It makes me wonder how fast people are taking corners to notice that one tyre grips better than another, slow down.



It's not just cornering at speed that allows you to assess the grip of a tyre. Weather conditions and braking are also important factors to consider when assessing the grip of a tyre set.
Use code EDENT8549 to get upto £12.50 off
Good deal. Thanks!
Good deal but i prefer Michelin's, got Exalto PE 2's and they are the best tyres around, shame they are discontinued though
Edited by: "Rona7do" 19th Apr 2012
The Therapist

Use code EDENT8549 to get upto £12.50 off



gave me £12.80
BlueDan

Ah shame that, maybe ring around first to check fitting prices, or even … Ah shame that, maybe ring around first to check fitting prices, or even give them the prices from camskill and see if they can come close plus some extra for fitting?



Absolutely, no pun intended but your mileage may vary LOL. Depends on your local places.
My local tyre guys do me decent enough prices on car stuff but don't have the equipment for my bike

Just bought my own tyre changing bits for 80 quid to do it on eBay. I can always sell it on later if need be and lose not too much, certainly less than than the charge locally.
Edited by: "bobbler" 19th Apr 2012
This looks like a good deal LOL
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