tyres for every day use

lukecupra2001

Smoogie And Proud
Jul 25, 2005
338
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middlesbrough
eagle f1s are far from crap but i agree with the wear rate.my roundabout tyre has nearly had it but drivers side is fine.
what size do you need?
 

LEE69

Stage 2 Revo'd
Dec 10, 2004
21,259
72
C\UK\Devon\Torquay
I'm seriously liking my Hankook V12 Evo's, far less noise than eagle F1's and i'd say better in the wet than them too.
Supposed to wear better too, but i got this set worn in so not sure till i use my next pair from new.
 
Apr 12, 2008
1,197
1
I run Kenda's. They cost £90 for all four brand new off ebay,...delivered. The trye fittere said they were worse than nangkangs. So i proceded to strectch them onto a wheel. Did about 6000miles on them, with steering geometry that is WAY out, with no vissiable wear. For every day use they do everything you could ever need. Cheaper tyres are often a harder compound and last longer, they just result in being a bit slippy.
 

seat_marsbar

Guest
cool i'll see what they have tomorrow i use to run maxxis on my clio they were £85 a corner lasted for ever tho
 

Disco_Mikey

Active Member
Dec 28, 2009
71
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Dundee, Scotland
Just had a set of Falken ZE912's fitted to mine. Initial impression are good, grip just as well (if not better) than the Avon Zz3's that came off, and were £163 for 2 fitted :)
 
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