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yo people some idiot tryed slashing one of my tyres so gonna make the most of it and get 2 good tyres on the front cheap :D , after 2 tyres for the front of my car currently have avon's and its hard to keep them from spinning so these are going on the rear. i only have a small choice so whats best grip?

205/50V15 'FIRESTONE' F690 £83.00

205/50V15 'FIRESTONE' SZ40 £83.00

205/50V15 'FIRESTONE' F690 £83.00

205/50V15 'FIRESTONE' SZ40 £83.00

205/50V15 'CENTAUR' £86.00

205/50V15 'CENTAUR' £86.00

205/50V15 'DUNLOP' SP SPORT 2000 £90.00

205/50V15 'DUNLOP' SP SPORT 2000 £90.00

205/50V15 'PIRELLI' P6000 £91.00

205/50V15 'PIRELLI' P6000 £91.00

205/50V15 'PIRELLI' P5000 DRAGO £97.00

205/50V15 'PIRELLI' P5000 DRAGO £97.00

205/50V15 'MICHELIN' PILOT EXALTO £101.00

205/50V15 'MICHELIN' PILOT EXALTO £101.00

i can get all of these dirt cheap as i know someone that works at kwik fit and would more than likely take them out the back door (its what the managers like) lmao lmao or get staff discount

cheers :p
 

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I've had TOYO proxis T1S and they stuck like **** to a blanket but lasted about 3 months.
Goodyear Eagle F1's were REALLY good and tractive and lasted really well too. Still on the car IIRC..

Out of the ones you listed, I'd go for the P5000 Drago's. Damn good tyre!
 

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lmao lmao lmao recently my driving's changed, im starting to enjoy a bit of red line here and there now , i started to get really bored with driving and now im enjoying it more :D the way ive started to look at it is if the engine goes bang i'll fix it , got use of a a a

a :rolleyes: a uuuurm

hang on

a a a a
f**d now anyway just incase ;)

even before tho i use to spin the wheels alot . my dad even got in it and was spinning up the road lmao lmao and trust me my dad hates things like that
 

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ahhh you tarts, you need a skilled driver like me to teach you, someone that knows what there doing;)
 

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Personally I would rather have the better tyres on the back for more rear end grip through the twisties. Power is nothing without control.
 

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good point there trevor but these avons are very good in the dry around corners , cant say ive ever had the back end out in the dry, in the wet they slide everywhere but i dont drive mad in the wet so no worrys there:p will get another 2 for the back in a few weeks anyway so all the tyres are the same . thanks for the replys :beer:
 
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