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  1. rxs1407

    rxs1407 Member

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    Got up this morning and found a screw in the back drivers side tyre.
    So after a trip to local centre i'm £123 lighter...
    Is this a good price?? they fitted the same make and size as the original..
    Thanks
     
  2. nwhiteley

    nwhiteley Member

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    What size and make did you get?


    *edit* going by your car spec, id say you have 225/40z18, so thats not a bad price, it all depends on the make really
     
  3. normski

    normski Member

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    Could you not get it repaired?
     
  4. Amchlolor

    Amchlolor Active Member

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    It's not a great price.
    You can get F1's or Sportmaxxes for under £110 a tyre,fitted.
    It's not a rip-off price either though.
     
  5. coupe-se

    coupe-se Member

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    If you car is pretty new, it most likely has Continentals fitted .......... the price you paid isn't a bad price at all if thats what was replaced.:icon_thumright:
     
  6. rxs1407

    rxs1407 Member

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    The tyre was a Cont 225/40R 18
    £97.93 plus vat.
    Guess i was lucky they had one in stock!!
     
  7. rxs1407

    rxs1407 Member

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    No, i was told as the screw was in the corner/outside edge that it was not safe to repair... bloody shame as it was hardly worn..
     
  8. maars

    maars Full speed ahead

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    Paid £125 fitted for a 225/40x18 92Y SportContact2 on my A3 TDI quattro the other day. Got a flat on the A1 and the bloody wheel was seized onto the hub - nice!
     

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