Buddy, buddy, buddy...
Have you looked at the Pirelli P6000? Damn good.
On the other hand I have always had good service from Beaurepaires - the road damage insurance has paid itself off every time for me..... :wink2:
BA'1.5' Pursuit 290
Lightning Strike / Reflective Orange Stripes 'General' Dog - AP's German Shepherd and Best Mate - 02Dec1998-15Dec2003.
'Pepper' Dog - General's and My Little German Shepherd Sweetie - 1996?-02Apr2006. 'Sako' Dog - My Beautiful and Pretty German Shepherd - 2001?-23Aug2006.
i'm wearing Yoko A539's on my car. I found them pretty good. (well no real good at the moment me got a puncture on the left rear wheel). But if it had air they're real good, grip wise and tyre noise. Only time will tell about tyre wear though. Hehehe i guess it comes down to how much circle work you do. :p :p
Motor May 2001 Quote: "Believe it or not, there are actually a bunch of weirdos out there who reckon a six cylinder is the dux gutz. Bugger it: I'm one of them" :s5
AUII Late Ed XR6 HP T5 Venom- Full Tickford Body Kit, 17in Wheels, Herrod Bi-plane Spoiler, Momo Steer/Gear, T-Series Interior Options, Premium Stereo and a very light-tuned 4.0L I6
(FPV-Tickford Club of NSW Member and Co-Founding Member of 3FB Inc, Ford Forums Food Bandits)
before you splash out, ring your insurance company, for the rating of tyre for the car.
WHY...before the scum knicked my wifes tickford, the tyre dealer insisted we replace with z rating tyres $165 each, because the car was based on a shell series race car, output performance etc. if you have a prang, and you dont have the proper tyres, your stuffed.
my pig (XR) got away with standard goodyear tyres as used by the cops, 225/60/16 specials, $130 each.
not saying you use what I use, but check with insurance first, if yours is tickford enhanced.
Currently loving the Dunlops on the new XR (S9000s?, 235/45??/17), and was quite happy with the Dunlop Le Mans I had on the old girl (225/60/16), after being convinved they were a better buy than the Falken Zieks.
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