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Old 10-13-2012, 02:25 AM   #11 (permalink)
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I would not be to concerned about them being SUV/4x4 road tyres myself as our cars weigh more than most SUZ's and 4x4's.
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I would not be to concerned about them being SUV/4x4 road tyres myself as our cars weigh more than most SUZ's and 4x4's.
Hi but was told that they would be noisy? Also need the W rather than H rating?
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Hi but was told that they would be noisy? Also need the W rather than H rating?
I have found that most modern SUV road tyres are not really noisy (not chunky off road tyres). The budget car tyres the previous owner has fitted on my SRT8 are far worse than any decent brand of SUV/4x4 road tyre that I have had.

The best thing to do is look them up and see what reviews they have before purchasing. Also anything with a speed rating of V and up would be ok on a CRD. The load rating is pretty critical on our heavy beasts.
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A little low....having a laugh (Halford's or National tyres?) 4mm is only half way down from a new tyre!

Legal limit is 1.6mm. I normally change at around 2mm so you still have 50% left

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Have had new Nankangs AS1's on for a week and been driving 60 mile round trip to work on A roads and countryside (lot of swerving in rain!). Not felt any different from the P7's really.

Absolutely perfect in wet. No issues whatsoever.

Picked them up new from love tyres at 82 each and delivered within 16 hours after ordering. Fitted with new valves (had all wheels refurbished) for 45 quid each by Prestige wheels in Birmingham

See how they wear now over the next 6 months!
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If you are on stock rims you can run 255/55/18 all round this will give you more choices for a tyre, been running this size since the P7's shot up in price some of us are running Hankook Ventus ST RH06 255/55 R18, try Cheap Tyres Discount Tyres Buy Tyres Online & Japanese Import Car Parts Spares Tuning Performance Servicing Accessories for tyres usually cheapest. Been running 255's for a while now no problems with them at all.

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Nankang Tyres / Car / Nankang AS1 Nankang AS 1 - 225/60R18 100W TL 87.22 Car Tyres - MPV Tyres - People Carrier Tyres - 18" R18" - 225/60/18, 225/60R18_

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Are these OK? I fell off the chair with the quote I was given at the weekend for 4 Pirelli's at Kwik Fit!!

Nankang Tyres / Car / Nankang AS1 Nankang AS 1 - 225/60R18 100W TL 87.22 Car Tyres - MPV Tyres - People Carrier Tyres - 18" R18" - 225/60/18, 225/60R18_

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You may want to read through this post, not sure if it was because his car had the later style 18" wheels though. http://www.300cforums.com/forums/eur...5-255-a-2.html
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You may want to read through this post, not sure if it was because his car had the later style 18" wheels though. http://www.300cforums.com/forums/eur...5-255-a-2.html
That issue was around 55R. These are 60R. Has anybody used these?
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