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    another tyres question

    I know this subject has probabally been done before but:

    I have Goodyear Eagle GA 195/65/15 91V tyres allround. I need to replace my rears & would like to keep the front & rear the same.

    Anyone know if / where I can get these tyres from (UK) or does anyone have any recommendations if I was to change all 4?

    thanks
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    I've installed the Pirelli P6000 196/65 x 15. nice look, correct size and very reasonably priced along with W rating for speed

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    Try Co-ord sports in the midlands. They are cheap and you might get a PCGB discount.

    A good cheap tyre is the Yokohama A539R. It has a unidirectional tread and is available in those sizes.

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    To piggy-back on James' thread - since my car is occasional use only (spirited drives in the country), Auto-x, and DE, I am looking for recommendations on tires with about a 12K mile life which are sticky and provide fair-good rain traction. I am running 205/60/15s. Ideas?

    TIA,
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    Originally posted by RickS
    To piggy-back on James' thread - since my car is occasional use only (spirited drives in the country), Auto-x, and DE, I am looking for recommendations on tires with about a 12K mile life which are sticky and provide fair-good rain traction. I am running 205/60/15s. Ideas?

    TIA,
    Rick
    I'd say go for the Bridgestone S0-3s 205/55 R15. They are a size smaller but they are damn good tires!!!!

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