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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 8th March 2015, 19:18 Thread Starter
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New tyres needed

4 new tyres needed this month , has anybody changed what's best on 19 inch lightnings from 225 35 19 to 235 45 19. Any thoughts
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 8th March 2015, 19:29
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Just fitted four Goodyear f1 assy 2's in 225/35/19. Came with good recommendations and got them delivered for 470. I couldn't find a better price on a good quality tyre
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Agree with dogfish. F1s are the way to go. Think I paid 160 ish fitted a corner. 225 35 19s.

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Thanks looks as if there better than original yockies
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Goodyears seem to be best for the price and in the wet. However, if i remember correctly i think Michelin Pilot Super Sport have the best dry weather performance if you can afford the best extra per corner
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vredestein vorti tyres are excellent & low priced, my local tyre fitter instantly recognized them & said they're not really known in the UK but they are highly rated, grip was superb
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