- Recommended Car tyres
stay away from Wanli tyres no matter how cheap you are
noisy as f***!
and I don’t want to get anywhere near the limits on these. thankfully I drive like an old fart so probably never will
! I took the car (2006 Citroen C4 1.6 petrol) in to the garage for emergency oil diagnostics recently. After changing the oil & oil filter, they did a test drive & thought the wheel bearings were well & truly fubarred, so they checked – no problem with wheel bearings, just noisy tyresPosted 5 years agoTuckerUKMember
After all the “it’s your only contact with the road”, “it could be a child’s face next time”, etc etc scaremongering I bought uniroyal rain-experts. Then this happened within 500 miles.
Track use by any chance? If so did you remember to increase pressures to support the sidewall (it’s only stiff sidewall R rated tyres that have pressure reduced as they heat up).
Otherwise I’d go with the tyre compound being/going off for some reason (storage conditions, manufacturing issue).Posted 5 years agoTuckerUKMember
Remember tyre performance is weight and drive specific, what works well on a heavy RWD may not suit a light FWD (chooose your own comparions). As a decent middle of the road (hee, hee) tyre I’ve used Yokohama A-Drive’s before with great results on light-medium weight FWD cars.Posted 5 years ago
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