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Re: Spring has sprung, time for tires (archive)

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Posted by Brian on April 25, 2001 at 18:01:15:

In Reply to: Spring has sprung, time for tires posted by Richard on April 25, 2001 at 00:08:55:

There is a good UK tyre (tire) site with review info http://www.tyres-online.co.uk/tyretest/tests.asp

I've always bought Yokos but after reading the reviews I've gone for Bridgestone Potenza S-02 which have seemed to come out top. The cars still in the garage having a head rebuild so I cannot say how the tyres are yet but the do look good :)

87 E30 M3
98 Integra type R



I need some advice on the best tires to get - unfortunately, in a weird size. I have a great set of Racing Dynamic wheels 8 x 15. The previous summer tires were PZeros 225/50 x 15 which were really nice albeit they will be expensive to replace. Any other suggestions? I don't think there is much out there in this unusual size. Of course, I could sell the RDs (or sell the original BBS wheels and keep the RDs for the snow tires!) but they're great looking and different enough.

Thanks





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